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Story Leads - Agri-Tourism

Agri-TourismDiscover the American way of life.

Visitors to South Dakota can fully experience agricultural production - picking an apple right off the tree, riding a horse on one of South Dakota's many ranches, or enjoying a hearty homegrown breakfast after rising early to assist with the chores at a working farm Bed & Breakfast. Every year special festivals and events add to the fun - threshing bees, antique tractor shows and corn mazes.

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Historic Bad River Trail: Scotty Philip Memorial Ride

The Verendrye Museum of Fort Pierre is pleased to announce the authorization of the Historic Bad River Trail: Scotty Philip Memorial Ride in recognition of the 100th anniversary of the death of Scotty Philip


South Dakota’s Growing Wine Industry

Wineries are popping up all over South Dakota, favorably impacting both the agricultural and visitor industries.


Prairie Berry Winery Wins International Award

"...South Dakota. On the wine map, it might as well be Siberia."


Celebrating the Harvest

What better place to celebrate the harvest season than in the agricultural land of South Dakota?

Ranches offer hospitality and western heritage

Some working ranches are now being utilized by locals and visitors alike to see what true ranch living is all about.

Wineries Building Steam in South Dakota

As wine tasting and vineyard tours grow in popularity, the excitement has spread into South Dakota, where 13 farm wineries or vineyards grow grapes and produce wine as well as offer different wine-based events.

Experience a Prairie Retreat in South Dakota

South Dakota has a variety of working ranches, horse camps and farm stays throughout the state.