South Dakota travelers choose from 22 Best Western hotels.
Big Presidents and a Little House on the Prairie – travel South Dakota and see for yourself. Before the gold rush in the Black Hills of South Dakota brought the white man, Native American Lakota and Sioux tribes dominated the land. Today visitors enjoy the state’s old west, Native American, and small town heritage.
Badlands, Black Hills, Wounded Knee, Deadwood, Rushmore – take a look at the worlds of South Dakota. Adventure into gold rush country in the Black Hills, walk the wooden sidewalks of Deadwood, and feel the spirit of Black Coyote at Wounded Knee – venture back in history as you travel through South Dakota.
Spring and summer warm the Eastern Plains where Bison roam today. Snowmobile paths give way to hikers and horses. Towns across the state, Mitchell, Mobridge and Miller among them, host stampedes, rodeos, fairs, and bull bashes - the summer sunshine is ideal for charming small town events. Don’t forget Sturgis and the end of summer motorcycle rally – one of the biggest small town events you’ll ever experience.