South Dakota Hotel Guides
is a divided in half by the Missouri
River. To the southwest are the Black Hills, well known for Mount Rushmore. Not much else will bring visitors to this
remote part of the country than fresh air and outdoor fun. Once the home of
Laura Ingles Wilder and the foot path for Lewis and Clark, South Dakota
is sparsely populated and perfectly preserved in nature. Visitors won't find
the typical hoards of tourists found at other vacation destinations, but they
will find plenty of hiking, camping, skiing, fishing and boating to fill
endless hours during both the summer and winter months. Lodging in the vast
plains ranges from brand-name hotels and motels to luxurious family, nature, or
romantic lodges which may be found nestled against the hills or sitting
The state has several different
geographic regions; the Southeast, Glacial
Lakes, and Badlands/Black Hills.
in the Southeast, demonstrates the grandeur of the Big
Sioux River, with fantastic water falls. Shopping and tourism is
at the heart of the city's economy; name-brand hotels and business suites are
available year round to accommodate every traveler's need. The Glacial Lakes area is great for traveling among
the pre-historic, scenic lands where today many species of wildlife can be
found roaming free.
Mount Rushmore is a major draw for
tourism in South Dakota.
Located near the town of
Rushmore is the famous carved mountain which pays homage to four of the
country's greatest Presidents.
itself is a great place for rummaging around in antique shops, camping under
the stars and hiking along the Black Hill's many trails.
has a wide variety of hotels, motels and camping accommodations, including some
inclusive resorts, all of which are ready to welcome all travelers.
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