ParksRoadside AttractionsSouth Dakota Tag: Wall South Dakota

6 Free And Cheap Things To Do In Wall, South Dakota

Wall, South Dakota has a population of almost 900 residents and is located in Pennington County. It was established as a railroad town for the Chicago/Northwestern Railroad system in 1907 and incorporated in 1908. It was named Wall because of its location on the “wall” of the Badlands National Park.   The city hosts millions […]

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Visiting The Grand River Museum In South Dakota

The Grand River Museum is located in Lemmon, South Dakota.  Just look for the cowboy riding a triceratops and you know you’ve reached your destination. This museum is dedicated to exploring the natural and cultural history of the region. Its exhibits encompass diverse subjects, such as paleontology, archaeology, and the historical narrative of the area. […]

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Revisiting The World’s Only Corn Palace In South Dakota

The World’s Only Corn Palace is a famous tourist attraction located in Mitchell, South Dakota. We visited in 2020 and happened to be driving past this year and stopped to check it out again.   It is known for its unique architecture and the intricate designs made from corn, native grasses, and other grains that […]

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Visiting The World’s Largest Jackalope Sculpture

Standing guard in front of Dahl’s Chainsaw Art in Wall, South Dakota is the World’s Largest Jackalope Sculpture. We love Dahl’s and have visited their other three stores seeing the World’s Largest Smokey Bear in Hill City and the World’s Largest Wooden Bigfoot in Keystone. This 40-foot jackalope sculpture is an exceptional piece of art and made […]