Located along I-29 and US 212, the city of Watertown, SD, is great for vacationers and newcomers of all ages.
Rich in history and culture, Watertown offers visitors a variety of exhibits, parks and events, including the Redlin Art Center, Goss Opera House and Gallery, Bramble Park Zoo, and more than 60 pristine buildings in the town’s historic district.
In the fall, visitors to the area enjoy hunting on the hundreds of acres of public land. Pheasant season is a local favorite, but the area also boasts goose and duck hunting.
Trek the local biking trails, visit the animals at the Bramble Park Zoo or watch a beautiful sunset during Watertown’s annual art walks in the summer. Full of tennis courts, baseball and basketball facilities, open parks, hunting land and even rodeo grounds, Watertown has something for every day of the year. No matter your travels, Watertown, SD, is where vacations become memories for a lifetime.
For more information, visit Watertown's Convention and Visitors Bureau page.