Come Visit: Pierre

The second smallest capital city in the country has the population of around 14,000 people. What it’s full of is South Dakota history and family-owned businesses (and legislators). After taking a jaunt on the Trail of Governors, or stopping...

Come Visit: Mitchell

While known for the “World’s Only Corn Palace,” Mitchell is also a place of entrepreneurship, outdoor activities, and other attractions that make for the perfect day trip or vacation. 605 stopped by four hot spots for unique dining, exploring,...

Come Visit: Brookings

The fourth largest city in South Dakota is growing faster than ever. With the Swiftel Center, McCrory Gardens Education & Visitor Center, South Dakota State University, and so much more, it was hard to pick just four stops for...

Come Visit: Lead

Home of King’s Pastie (pass-tee) and the Homestake Mining Company, the small town is full of outdoor activities and charm. Whether you’re visiting the Black Hills Mining Museum or are skiing with friends, you'll see Lead is a great...
Less than 20 miles from Sioux Falls, Dell Rapids is a great place to spend the day or night to spice things up and experience new shops, restaurants, and entertainment. The town was established in 1871 and is home...

Come Visit: Tea

Minutes away from Sioux Falls, Tea is a wonderful destination with a small town feel. known for throwing a huge celebration the third week of June every year - Teapot Days - the population of 5,000 knows how to...
Known for Bramble Park Zoo, a growing libation culture (Dempsey’s Brewery Pub & Restaurant, Watertown Brewing Co., and Glacial Lakes Distillery), and endless recreational options, it was hard to narrow down where to swing by in watertown. See what...
Whether you’re on University of South Dakota’s campus, taking the family swimming at Prentis Park, or having a cold brew at the infamous Carey’s Bar, Vermillion is a great place to be. Visiting for the day? Here are some...
Only 20 miles south of Sioux Falls is the Lincoln County town that is surrounded by Newton Hills State Park, the Big Sioux River, and the “rolling hills of the Sioux Valley.” Whether it’s a day trip or a...
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