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Sioux Falls is located at the junction of Interstates 29 and 90, and has a regional airport with many daily flights with direct routing to both coasts.

South Dakota - South Dakota has long been called "the land of infinite variety." As one travels from east to west, the reason for this title is obvious. There are many recreational areas in the state, including many state parks and a national park.


The Black Hills, located approximately 340 miles from Sioux Falls, is nationally known for its year-round tourism and recreational opportunities. Mount Rushmore National Memorial is in the heart of the "Hills," and the largest free-roaming buffalo herd in the world is at Custer State Park.
The middle part of the state has given South Dakota the title of "pheasant capital of the world." The eastern part of the state has many lakes and campgrounds for summertime recreation and offers excellent cross-country skiing in the winter.

Sioux Falls' parks, schools and churches are easily accessible to many beautiful residential neighborhoods. In addition, Sioux Falls has many shopping centers throughout the city.

Culturally, the city offers an exciting menu including the Community Playhouse, the SD Symphony Orchestra, several museums, and the Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum. In 1999, the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences opened which has been a great addition to the community. It includes an art gallery, 1900-seat performing arts center, as well as the Kirby Science Center and Wells Fargo CineDome Theater. To supplement an excellent K-12 public and private school system, the city maintains an outstanding three-branch library system. In addition to over 50 city parks, Sioux Falls boasts eight public swimming pools, 34 public tennis courts, seven public golf courses, and approximately 15 miles of paved bike trails. Sioux Falls is also home to a CBA basketball team, as well as baseball, hockey and football teams.