Some People Don’t Know That South Dakota Was The First To Do These 5 Things
Everyone knows about South Dakota and all of our one-of-a-kind attractions, but did you know that we were also the first to do some really big things? Whether you knew or not, read on as we discover these five South Dakota firsts that make a trip here that much more interesting.
Have you ever been to any of these exciting places? If so, which ones were your favorites? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
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More adventures in South Dakota
Where can we find lakes in South Dakota?
- Legion Lake in the Black Hills in East Custer features stunning sheer cliffs and picturesque views of the surrounding natural landscape.
- Pactola Lake in West Pennington is the largest reservoir in the region and features 14 miles of shoreline.
- Horse Thief Lake in Mount Rushmore (South Dakota and Utah) features dramatic cliffs and abundant tree areas.
Read on to learn about some of the many other beautiful lakes in South Dakota.
Where can we find the best pizza in South Dakota?
- Lintz Bros Pizza in Hermosa says that they can prove that “anything can be turned into a pizza.”
- Thatzza Pizza in Aberdeen serves your traditional, as well as a daily featured slice, pizza.
- Dough Trader Pizza in Spearfish serves signature pizzas, salads, and appetizers. It is a cash-only enterprise.
Read on to learn about some of the many other delicious places to get pizza in South Dakota.
Where can we find museums in South Dakota?
- The International Vinegar Museum in Roslyn specializes in all types of vinegar and tastings.
- The South Dakota Air and Space Museum in Elder is located on the property of the Ellsworth Air Force Base. It features air and spacecrafts, exhibits, and other relics.
- The Adams Museum in Deadwood showcases a wealth of ancient relics including a 7.346 troy-ounce gold nugget and one-of-a-kind dinosaur remnants.
Read on to learn about some of the many other interesting museums in South Dakota.