The Town Of Selby In South Dakota Is So Perfectly Midwest
When you think of the Midwest, what comes to mind (aside from the geography aspect)? Is it the good people who would gladly give you the shirt off their back? Is it the delicious food and down-home hospitality? How about the lush farmland that is not only beautiful to look at but the backbone of America? While most of South Dakota demonstrates these traits, one, in particular, stands out as being the most Midwest of all, which is the small town of Selby:
Situated in northcentral South Dakota, Selby is home to just under 650 residents, which makes the small town this charming community it is.
Incorporated in 1909, Selby was once a vital hub for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, and now serves as a popular destination for outdoor recreation.
While a town with fewer than 700 residents may not sound like it has a lot to offer, Selby manages to be full of surprises, as it boasts many one-of-a-kind attractions...
Pictured is the stunning Veterans Memorial, which pays homage to the men and women of the area who have selflessly served.
...Delicious locally-owned and operated restaurants...
Are you hungry? Then you will want to visit the tasty Cloverleaf Bar & Grill, Dakota Maid, or famous Mr. Bob's Drive-In (pictured).
...Beautiful parks, mom and pop shops, a golf course, special events, and more.
To make this perfectly Midwest town even better, the community is home to many farmers and families who have lived in the area for generations, giving it the hometown pride you have come to expect for the area.
To learn even more about Selby and all the things you can see and do around town, please visit the County Seat of Walworth County's
What is your favorite thing to do in Selby? Do you have another favorite Midwest town? Let us know in the comments! To discover even more of our favorite small towns around SoDak, check out these
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