The northeastern region of South Dakota, also known as the Glacial Lakes and Prairies Region, is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true. The fresh glacial lakes, variety of campgrounds and affordable family attractions make for an unforgettable adventure. In this part of South Dakota, you’ll find the childhood home of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the mysterious Sica Hollow State Park and Fort Sisseton Historic State Park.
Along with some of the best camping and fishing in the state, the northeast region also offers free attractions like the Terry Redlin Art Center in Watertown and Storybook Land in Aberdeen. Make your plans today and come discover the Glacial Lakes and Prairies of South Dakota.