Pastimes You Can't Pass Up
PASTIMES YOU CAN’T PASS UP
EXPLORE SIOUX FALLS SAFELY
Shred the slopes at Great Bear Recreation
Park where you’ll find skiing, snowboarding,
and snow tubing—plus picturesque hiking
trails in the summer.
More than 55 sculptures by
regional and national
artists are displayed on
sidewalks downtown. Find
your favorite and vote for
the People’s Choice Award!
NOT JUST FOR KIDS
This one’s for the big kids. Enjoy axe
throwing, hyper bowling, 7-D theater,
arcade games, and more
FIND NEW FAVORITES
The city is home to specialty stores and
niche boutiques of all kinds. Browse
safely in shops throughout downtown,
The Bridges at 57th, Lake Lorraine,
Dawley Farm Village and more.
Before you head out, always check for the latest event
information and safety guidance. Remember to wear a mask
in public, wash your hands, and practice social distancing.
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START PLANNING YOUR SIOUX FALLS EXPERIENCE TODAY.
Sioux Falls is prioritizing safe travel.
Cruise more than 30 miles of bike paths on
the Big Sioux Recreation Trail. Try the 19-mile
city loop for a panoramic tour of Sioux Falls’
Float down the Big Sioux River or paddle
around the lake at Family Park. The
Outdoor Campus offers free kayaking,
bird watching, and more family fun.
The city’s namesake is a
favorite among locals and
visitors alike. Check out the
Falls Overlook Café,
Stockyards Ag Experience,
and Winter Wonderland for
South Dakota’s newest
state park is a prairie oasis
on the edge of town. There’s
hiking, wildlife, and
gorgeous landscapes for
your perfect family
ARC OF DREAMS
A tribute to dreamers everywhere,
this massive stainless steel sculpture
is a beacon in downtown Sioux Falls.
Visit at night to see it lit up over the
Big Sioux River!
From music and dance performances to
interactive exhibits at the Kirby Science
Discovery Center, this cultural hub will
dazzle the young and young at heart.
GREAT PLAINS ZOO & DELBRIDGE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Lions, tigers, and bears—oh my! Find plenty of prairie fauna and worldly wonders at Sioux
Falls’ 45-acre zoo and natural history museum.
Eat out or dine in! Outdoor patios,
curbside pickup, and ample delivery
options mean you can safely enjoy
great Sioux Falls eats however
Trek along dramatic Sioux quartzite shelves
beside Split Rock Creek at nearby Palisades
State Park or enjoy the autumn leaves at
Newton Hills State Park.
BUTTERFLY HOUSE &
It’s unlike anything else in the
region. Aquarium exhibits and
interactive classrooms, alongside
the beloved butterfly
conservatory including more than
800 free-flying butterflies from
around the world.