South Dakota: What NOT to Do in South Dakota

South Dakota: What NOT to Do in South Dakota

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3 Popular Attractions In South Dakota

  • Wind Cave National Park: National park located in southwestern South Dakota.
  • South Dakota Facts

    • Sculptor Gutzon Borglum began drilling into the 6,200-foot Mount Rushmore in 1927. Creation of the Shrine to Democracy took 14 years and cost a mere $1 million, though it’s now deemed priceless.
    • The Crystal Springs Ranch rodeo arena in Clear Lake was built on a drained duck pond. The former duck pond is now known as “America’s Most Natural Rodeo Bowl”.
    • The Meridian Bridge built in 1924 was the first structure built across the Missouri River in South Dakota.
    • South Dakota is the only state with an official State Jewelry: Black Hills gold.
    South Dakota state symbols
    Flag of South Dakota.svg

    Seal of South Dakota.svg
    Living insignia
    Bird Ring-necked pheasant
    Fish Walleye
    Flower American Pasque flower
    Grass Western wheatgrass
    Insect Western honeybee
    Mammal Coyote
    Tree Black Hills Spruce
    Inanimate insignia
    Beverage Milk
    Dance Square dance
    Fossil Triceratops
    Gemstone Fairburn agate
    Rock Rose quartz
    Soil Houdek
    Other Kuchen (state dessert)
    State route marker
    South Dakota state route marker
    Lists of United States state symbols

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    Whether you are visiting Mount Rushmore, the Badlands, Sturgis or East River there are a number of things tourists should know so they can have the best trip possible to South Dakota. Here we talk about the do's and don'ts of visiting South Dakota. So whether you are visiting the Corn Palace or stuffing your face at Wall Drug there is something to help all tourists enjoy South Dakota.
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    10 thoughts on “South Dakota: What NOT to Do in South Dakota

    1. Bikers make me vomit… but there are bike souvenirs at most of the truck stops across the state, so Rushmore isn’t the only thing

    2. Don’t STOP in the middle of the road to take pictures!
      Don’t be impatient with locals/staff!
      Don’t trespass! Learn to read maps!
      Don’t expect luxuries from the city! No 24hour stores or restaurants!
      Don’t take pics of locals like we are sideshow freaks!
      Don’t be jerks…tip your servers, bartenders and housekeepers!

    3. Wolter I moved to Sioux Falls a few months ago from Arizona and I love it.The people are really friendly here!

    4. Off to SD in three weeks for the 4th year in a row. Just my daughter and I. This is the only place she wants to go every year and I'm OK with that. Badlands for a day, and then off to the Hills for a week.

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