Top 5 Favorite Places to Visit along I-90 in South Dakota

Top 5 Favorite Places to Visit along I-90 in South Dakota

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3 Popular Attractions In North Dakota

  • Bonanzaville, USA: History museum in West Fargo, North Dakota.
    • Enchanted Highway: 30-mile stretch of road with roadside art between Gladstone and Regent, North Dakota.

    North Dakota Facts

    • Devils Lake is the largest natural body of water in North Dakota. Devils Lake derives its name from the Native American name Miniwaukan. Early explorers incorrectly translated the word to mean Bad Spirit. Bolstered by the many legends of drowned warriors and lake monsters the name evolved into Devils Lake. This very fertile prairie lake grows large numbers of the fish known as walleye, northern pike, and white bass. The lake has earned the reputation of being the Perch Capital of the World.
    • From 1934 to 1941 the Civilian Conservation Corps maintained a base camp near Medora to perform landscape and restoration work on the 128 acre Chateau de Mores State Historic Site and the de Mores City Park, which opened to the public on August 7, 1941.
    • Lawrence Welk left his home in Strasburg on his birthday in 1924 to pursue his musical career. On July 2, 1955, he made his debut on national television. The Lawrence Welk Show was produced for 26 years and today reruns of the popular program air weekly throughout the United States and foreign countries.
    • World's Largest Buffalomonument stands tall on the hill in Jamestown. This 26-foot-tall, 60-ton concrete giant has been standing watch over Jamestownsince 1959.
    Fargo, North Dakota
    City
    Downtown as seen from Main Avenue, facing east

    Downtown as seen from Main Avenue, facing east
    Official seal of Fargo, North Dakota

    Motto(s):

    Gateway to the West
    Location within Cass County

    Location within Cass County
    Fargo is located in North Dakota

    Fargo
    Fargo
    Location within North Dakota

    Fargo is located in the United States

    Fargo
    Fargo
    Location within the United States

    Coordinates:

    46°52′38″N 96°47′22″W / 46.87722°N 96.78944°W / 46.87722; -96.78944Coordinates: 46°52′38″N 96°47′22″W / 46.87722°N 96.78944°W / 46.87722; -96.78944 Country United States State North Dakota County Cass Founded 1871 Government

    •Mayor Tim Mahoney (D) Area

    •City 49.74sqmi (128.83km2) •Land 49.74sqmi (128.83km2) •Water 0.00sqmi (0.00km2) Elevation

    904ft (274m) Population

    •City 125,990 •Estimate

    (2021)[3]
    126,748 •Rank US: 219th
    ND: 1st •Density 2,506.12/sqmi (967.61/km2) •Urban

    176,676 (US: 194th) •Metro

    252,136 (US: 192nd) •Demonym

    Fargoan Time zone UTC-6 (CST) •Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT) ZIP Codes
    58102-58109, 58121-58122, 58124-58126
    Area code 701 FIPS code 38-25700 GNIS feature ID 1028945[4] Highways I-29, I-94, I-94 Bus., US 10, US 52, US 81, US 81 Bus., ND 294 Website fargond.gov

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    We are going to show you our top 5 favorite places to visit along the 1-90 in South Dakota. A lot of people think I-90 on South Dakota is a boring drive. But not us! Subscribe to our channel for more RV travel and tips: https://www.youtube.com/user/roadtrekingmike

    We love the entire route and sometimes have spent as much as a week traveling through. That's because there are so many places to stop and explore.Everybody knows about places like Sturgis, Deadwood, the Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore. But the five we picked to show you in this video are among our very favorite places to stop anywhere in North America.

    Some are very touristy. That's okay. They are all great spots to take a break from the road, be refreshed, walk around a bit, learn things and have a lot of fun.

    We hope you enjoy this video as much as we did in making it!
    Wanna know our favorite spots mentioned in the video? Here they are:

    #1 WALL DRUG, EXIT 109
    #2 BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK, EXIT 110
    #3 1880 TOWN, Exit 170
    #4 AL'S OASIS, Exit 260
    #5 THE INGALLS FAMILY HOMESTEAD, DESMET, SD, EXIT 330
    Now watch the video to learn all about them….

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    8 thoughts on “Top 5 Favorite Places to Visit along I-90 in South Dakota

    1. Hi, We LOVED your YouTube video about I-90!! We are planning our own RV trip out west this summer. We loved your I-90 video so much, we would like to link the video to our viewers! We would also like to use a screen shot of the thumbnail so the viewers know exactly what video we are referencing. We thought the information was very helpful and just want to spread the word. Your videos are so professional! Thank you so much for producing them.

      Thanks,

      Haley Family

    2. After more than a year, I finally took this video off Watch Later.

      EDIT- 8:41 P.M.: finishes video 14 minutes later
      I didn't think that it was possible but you guys made me care about South Dakota. I want to go there someday. 😀

    3. This was such an incredible video. Thank you so much for providing this information to the public. I am planning a roadtrip from NJ to SD with my cousin and grandpa. I was looking for JUST THIS exact information to make our ride exciting. Thank you so much!

    4. Loved it I’m in UK and been thinking about doing a drive across SD and visiting deadwood , I loved you video thanks.

    5. I plan on driving across SD to Mt Rushmore. This info is very helpful. Thanks!

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