Hiking in Badlands National Park is the best way to see the area’s bizarre geological land forms and rich wildlife. Most marked trails have great views of the unique Badlands Wall; visitors are also free to explore off trail in the Sage Creek wilderness area at Badlands. Read more now to know about Badlands best hikes.
South Dakota is home to abundant wildlife of the northern Great Plains. You will experience a variety of wildlife encounters including begging burros, buffalo herds, deer, mountain goats, pheasants and more. Here is a guide to the various animals and where to find them.
Located about a short hours drive from Sioux Falls, the Corn Palace is Mitchell’s top tourist attraction. the exterior of the building is completely decorated with naturally colored corn, corn stalks of different sizes, other grains, and grasses. Read more about visiting the Corn Palace here.
Are you visiting Chi-town and looking for the best things to do in Chicago? Chicago has lots of free as well as paid attractions including the Bean at Millennium Park, Crown Fountain, Shedd Aquarium, etc and it’s really hard to know where to begin. Read our recommendations on the best architectural cruises, best views from above, what to eat, and where to go in Chicago in this epic guide.
South Dakota is not often on the radar of tourists and their travel plans. However, the state has many top-rated tourist attractions including Badlands National Park, Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park and more. Here are 15 best reasons that will make you want to visit South Dakota and add the state to your bucket list.
When most people think of South Dakota they either think ‘flyover country’ or ‘the Mount Rushmore State’. However, the state has many least known tourist attractions including a sculpture of Buffalo Leap created by Kevin Costner. Read below to see some of the state’s most underrated tourist attractions.