A South Dakota bed and breakfast offers you many options for your lodging in this Mount Rushmore state.
But a trip to the state of South Dakota is more than the famous faces of Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse, the world's largest mountain sculpture, it offers you the opportunity to stay in rustic or romantic South Dakota bed and breakfasts. Travel to historic Deadwood which once attracted Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane and now welcomes tourists. Find a charming SD bed and breakfast. Tee off in Sioux Falls or learn about pheasant hunting from South Dakota game and fish. Explore the South Dakota Discovery Center and Aquarium in Pierre, the capital. Don't hesitate to ask the knowledgeable innkeepers at your South Dakota bed breakfast for their travel tips.
Black Hills National Forest spans more than 1.2 million acres with two of the world's longest caves. After you tour the prairie hills of Badlands National Park, home of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, find a comfortable bed and breakfast in SD. Bison wander Custer State Park as in the days of the Dakota, Lakota and Nakota who lived among them. You can also find South Dakota bed and breakfasts with historical significance. The Missouri River is the central focus of the heart of South Dakota where the adventures of Lewis and Clark are re-lived.
Soak in natural hot springs at a resort, spend the day at the state fair or risk it all in a casino. Cheer for the University of South Dakota Coyotes and the South Dakota State University Jackrabbits. And get a good night's sleep at any one of the South Dakota bed & breakfasts.
Plan a journey to South Dakota today and whether you stay in Custer or find your own favorite places, there is certain to be a South Dakota bed and breakfast to make your trip most enjoyable!
South Dakota B&B Associations
Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of South Dakota