The Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota: Outdoors and Cultural Attractions

The Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota: Outdoors and Cultural Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In South Dakota

  • Reptile Gardens: Wild animal park in Rapid City, South Dakota.
    • Mount Rushmore: Massive mountainside sculpture depicting four former United States presidents, located in Keystone, South Dakota.

    South Dakota Facts

    • Badlands National Park consists of nearly 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest, protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.
    • Mitchell is the home of the world’s only Corn Palace.
    • Harney Peak is the highest US mountain east of the Rockies.
    • Mitchell, South Dakota, is the home of the world's only Corn Palace.
    Sioux Falls
    From top, left to right: Downtown and Falls park in May 2022 with Cherapa Place and Steel District developments under construction; Old Minnehaha County Courthouse; Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science; Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls; view of the Big Sioux River from 6th Street Bridge
    Official seal of Sioux Falls

    Nickname(s):

    Best Little City in America, Queen City of the West, The Heart of America
    Location within Minnehaha County

    Location within Minnehaha County
    Map of the U.S.

    Map of the U.S.
    Sioux Falls
    Location within South Dakota

    Map of the U.S.

    Map of the U.S.
    Sioux Falls
    Location within the United States

    Coordinates:

    43°32′11″N 96°43′54″W / 43.53639°N 96.73167°W / 43.53639; -96.73167Coordinates: 43°32′11″N 96°43′54″W / 43.53639°N 96.73167°W / 43.53639; -96.73167 Country United States State South Dakota Counties Minnehaha, Lincoln Named for The waterfall of the Big Sioux River Government

    Mayor Paul TenHaken (R) Area

    City 79.93sqmi (207.02km2) •Land 79.39sqmi (205.62km2) •Water 0.54sqmi (1.40km2) Elevation

    1,470ft (448m) Population

    City 192,517 •Estimate

    (2021)[4]
    196,528 •Rank 130th in the United States
    1st in South Dakota •Density 2,424.95/sqmi (936.28/km2) •Metro

    281,958 (176th) Demonym(s) Siouxlander (unofficial) Time zone UTC−6 (Central) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (Central) ZIP codes
    Zip codes[6]
    Area code 605 FIPS code 46-59020 GNIS feature ID 1267670[7] Website siouxfalls.org

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    Visit the Black Hills and Badlands region of South Dakota for iconic attractions and adventures at Mt Rushmore, Custer State Park, Badlands National Park and Crazy Horse Memorial

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