If you enjoy small towns, friendly diners, main street antique stores and the patchwork quilt of farmland, you will love visiting southeast South Dakota. In this region many quiet, historical small towns offer a glimpse of a rich rural life filled with community festivals, church activities, school events and comfort of knowing one's neighbors, even those in nearby towns. If shopping and cultural events are more your style, you’ll find a variety of locally-owned businesses as well as popular franchises and South Dakota’s largest mall in Sioux Falls. The Sioux Falls area boasts an active events calendar and a vibrant regional medical community in South Dakota’s biggest city. Travelers in Minnesota, Nebraska or Iowa will discover the two main thoroughfares—I-29 and I-90—that enter South Dakota through the southeast region. Tour the cascading waterfalls in Sioux Falls; visit scenic Dells and quartzite quarries; enjoy water sports and fishing on Lewis & Clark Lake and the Missouri River; discover the National Music Museum in Vermillion; hunt South Dakota's pheasants; and for a unique South Dakota experience, plan an outing to Mitchell, where you can see the world famous Corn Palace and an authentic Native American village.
Built in 2009, log cabin style lodge on Lewis and Clark Trail with panoramic view of the lake. Full deck, kitchen, internet and fax. Available nearby are abundant historical sites, wild life viewing, hunting and fishing, water sports, golf and an ATV trail. Open all year.
Newly renovated 1915 Brick Hotel listed on National & State Register of Historic Places, authentic antiques, small country town offering a lifestyle of yesteryear with modern accommodations, abundant pheasant hunting. Open all year.
Restored 1910 Victorian with antiques in a peaceful rural setting. 10 miles south of Sioux Falls (N.E. of Lennox) Three queen rooms with private baths, tvs. One King suite with private bath whirlpool tub, fireplace and sitting area. Gourmet breakfast included.