A state that isn't half as bad as people make it sound. Sure, they have their rednecks, but that only fills a eleventh of the state's popularity. Sioux Falls is probably the most civilized part of SF.
South Dakota is not a hick state.
South Dakota isn't what everyone thinks it is. I mean, sure, we have our rednecks and our crazy people.. but thats not what makes our state. How many of you big city people could wave to a complete stranger and not get the middle finger waved at you? In South Dakota the people are friendly and welcoming. Everyone thinks that all we have is Mt. Rushmore.. but thats not it. We have some of the best hunting in the country, not to mention some of the prettiest scenery! And no, we don't still live in teepees.. we have technology just like everyone else. So when you're ready to appreciate the beautiful things in life.. come to South Dakota.
Jane: "Lets go to South Dakota for our next vacation!"
Richard: "Whats in South Dakota?"
Jane: "Hunting, fishing, Mt. Rushmore, The Badlands, Storybook Land, the prettiest scenery and so much more! Theres lots to do in South Dakota!"
fuck you all!!! south dakota is awesome!! you wouldn't know unless you lived there, and i live there!! no we are not just a bunch of fat farmers, we actually have a life and do have modern day things like any other state. so shut the fuck up!!! you don't know south dakota
SD may have a small population, but kiss my ass
South Dakota isn't all hicks and Indian Casinos. I assure you, i'm most definently not a fat farmer. I can't stand farms or livestock. It's an actual place, with actual people. Yes, we have technology just the same as New York or Los Angeles. We even have colored television!! WoaHHh! S.D. does have Mt. Rushmore, whatever, it's not like we're totally proud of it or anything. It means as much to us as it does to you. Yes, the badlands are pretty bland, not too special. But at the end of the day, we brush our teeth and go to sleep just like you and there's things to do here aswell if you stop sterotyping it all as hickville.
Chris: Dude, let's road trip to the Black Hills.
John: No way man. It's so boring. South Dakota is gay.
Chris: Nah. It's pretty much the best place ever.
A wonderful state with four actual seasons, often unpredictable and running together which makes life interesting. Also the home of a wonderful college named NSU with amazing professors and music programs! Yeah!
I love South Dakota!
Place where we do indeed have technology. Sure, our population is small, but the people are actually friendly. Yes, we do have quite a few rednecks but that's not the entire state... And nobody here cares about Mt. Rushmore or the corn palace, we think of it just the same as the rest of you....kinda lame.... and btw, you think we love all you tourists either???? it annoys the hell out of us in the summer!
Person 1: Hey dude let's go diss on a state that we've only been to on the stupid vacations our parents make us go on.
Person 2: You mean somewhere like South Dakota, where all the tourists go to see Mt. Rushmore and where all the locals hate us?
Person 1: Yep, pretty much...
If you start your journey in western South Dakota, Rapid City is themore...
largest city in that part of our state.
It has one of our major airports and it is located along Interstate 90.
You'll find a wonderful variety of city parks, hiking and biking trails,
The Journey Museum, shopping, and events throughout the year. Rapid
City is the hub from which you can tour several attractions in western
As you travel south out of Rapid City, one of the first major
attractions is Reptile Gardens on Highway
16. They have educational shows that include birds of prey, alligator
wrestling, and information on various snakes from around the world.
They also have birds and tortoises.
Nearby is Bear Country USA , a
drive-through wildlife park, which also includes other wild animals like
lions. They have a great visitor center that is at the end of the
park's drive-through route.
Continuing south, the next major attraction is our most famous
attraction - Mount Rushmore National Memorial on
Highway 244. There are park rangers who give guided tours; they have a
visitor center with park officials on duty; and there is a dining room
and gift shop at the Memorial. The museum has interactive exhibits, a
theater with films about carving the mountain, a walking trail, and a
patriotic evening lighting ceremony.
Not too far away is a mountain carving in progress that pays tribute to
many Native American tribes in North America. You can learn more about