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TOPIC: South Dakota

South Dakota 1 year 4 months ago #46

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South Dakota has five national parks, monuments and memorials as well as 54 state parks and recreation areas that allow visitors to experience the natural beauty of the state.

In the southeast, Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area features three campgrounds, biking trails, sandy beaches and the largest marina in South Dakota.

Palisades State Park features 50-foot cliffs composed of 1.2 billion-year-old Sioux quartzite, walking trails, campgrounds and historical sites.

Travellers to the northeast region of the state can visit Fort Sisseton Historical State Park, an area where history enthusiasts can take a guided tour and walk among 14 original buildings while adventurers explore the waters by canoe or kayak.

The state capitol of Pierre is located just below the Oahe Dam, Farm Island State Recreation Area and Oahe Downstream State Recreation Area allowing visitors to take in the Missouri River.

Nearby Lake Oahe offers world-class walleye fishing and outdoor recreation.

The western region of the state takes in the Badlands National Park, the Black Hills National Forest, Mount Rushmore National Memorial and the Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, Wind Cave National Park and Jewel Cave National Monument.

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