Most People Have Long Forgotten About This Vacant Ghost Town In Rural South Dakota

South Dakota’s ghost towns tell stories of once-prosperous places where people lived, worked and dreamed. While they might look like just vacant shells, they’re actually remnants of a past time when life was very different. Here’s a little ghost town way out in rural South Dakota that has its own stories to tell.

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Did you have friends or relatives who lived in Capa? We’d love to hear your stories!

If you love learning about South Dakota’s history, check out this quaint little tower that’s a wonderful tribute to a life-long friendship between Sheriff Seth Bullock and President Theodore Roosevelt.