Need to get rid of leaves and branches? Sioux Falls provides 2 drop-off sites to help you with your yard waste cleanup.
As Sioux Falls grows, more food establishments are staying open longer. Now there are several late night food options in the city for grabbing a quick meal after midnight. Here are a few options.[Read more…] about 24 Hour Restaurants in Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls is a cold place during the Winter. Where can you take your toddlers to run off some steam when it’s cold? Here are some great indoor playgrounds for the kids to enjoy when the weather doesn’t permit play outside.[Read more…] about Indoor Playgrounds For Kids
On the far Northeast side of the city, there is a spot that pays homage to those who once ventured into the unknown to build part of a new frontier. The Memorial to The Pioneers stands tall at 25 feet above its base, near the edge of a cliff and can be viewed from Cliff Avenue.[Read more…] about The Memorial to the Pioneers
If you drive just outside the East side of the city, you’re sure to have a pleasant drive through South Dakota’s best looking prairie. If you venture out about 10 miles outside of city limits to the town of Valley Springs, South Dakota, there is a point where the states of South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota meet. The Tri-State Marker marks this spot.[Read more…] about Tri-State Marker
Almost any old bridge would have a story to tell if they could talk. The Bridge at Iverson Crossing in Brandon, South Dakota is no different. The bridge was built in 1897 as a replacement to a different bridge that was washed out 8 years prior due to a flood. The bridge allowed travelers from the East to get across the Big Sioux River on Iverson Road to Sioux Falls.[Read more…] about The Bridge at Iverson Crossing