South Dakota September 15, 2017
One Visit To This Beautiful South Dakota Town And You’ll Never Want To Leave
With a population of around 74,000 people, Rapid City is South Dakota’s second-largest town, and it has plenty to offer. Make a trip here, and you might just want to stay forever.
Rapid City is charming and quaint, but with a large enough population to support the kinds of amenities that will keep you busy every day.
Main Street Square is a beautiful community space where residents and guests enjoy entertainment, art and food.
During warm months, the splash pad is popular with children, and everyone who wants to cool off in the water.
Mount Rushmore is just 30 minutes away.
Of course, you'll find plenty of former Presidents right here in the city.
Take the walking tour to see all the sculptures around the downtown area. Start at the City of Presidents Visitor Center at 631 Main Street.
You'll find one of South Dakota's most historic (and haunted!) hotels here.
Rapid City has tons of great restaurants, cafes and pubs. Firehouse Brewing Co. is just one of several favorites.
It's located in a historic firehouse that was built in 1915, and now serves delicious food and beer. To learn more about Firehouse Brewing Co.,
Two murals pay homage to the service and sacrifices of South Dakota's firefighters.
This city is full of art. Even the electric utility boxes are considered canvasses.
Visit Art Alley on your next trip to Rapid City. It's always changing.
Some of the many attractions here include Dinosaur Park...
...Bear Country USA...
To learn more about Bear Country USA, ,
...and the South Dakota Air and Space Museum.
These are just a few of the many things that Rapid City has to offer. When is the last time you visited?
Are you lucky enough to live in Rapid City? Tell us all your favorite things about it!
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