A natural oasis, South Dakota's newest state park was a crossroads for Native American civilization thousands of years ago.
Native grasses and plants in a variety of habitats make the Arboretum a living exhibit of South Dakota wildlife.
Situated near Covell Lake in Terrace Park, the gardens enchant visitors with exotic flowers, pagodas and more.
Vote for your favorite folk and Americana music performances and your favorite BBQ ribs! The winery's quaint, rustic atmosphere lets you kick back, relax and enjoy.
This outdoor music venue, perfectly situated between downtown and the Falls, features 50 free professional concerts of various genres every summer.
Past performances include Ruthie Foster, Jazz Diversity Project, Flor de Toloache, The High Kings, and more.
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With more than 29 miles of paved pathway, the year-round trail is a favorite of active locals and visitors alike.
Pack a picnic and your disc golf gear! No matter where you stay in Sioux Falls, you're bound to have easy access to a great outdoor space.
Sioux Quartzite formations flank the Split Rock Creek in nearby Garretson, creating one of the most unique outdoor destinations in the state.
Experience the natural landscape of South Dakota through this joint project from the Department of Game, Fish and Parks with the City of Sioux Falls.
Looking to hit the links? The city is home to both championship-level and smaller courses—each with its own unique features and amenities.
Enjoy winter sports, summer hikes and full food service concessions.