10. Wind Cave National Park

A short drive from the town of Hot Springs is the magnificent Wind Cave National Park, which is located in the southwest.

9. Wall

Many visitors utilise Wall as a base to explore the state's abundant natural resources because it is adjacent to some of the most well-known and scenic locations in the country.

8. Mitchell

The wonderful town of Mitchell is located in the southeast, tucked away between picturesque plains and fertile farmland.

7. Black Hills National Forest

Both nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted by the stunning Black Hills National Forest.

6. Custer State Park

The alluring Custer State Park, South Dakota's largest wildlife park, lies tucked away in the Black Hills.

5. Deadwood

Deadwood is a fascinating location to visit and is well-known for its Wild West tradition, history, and origins.

4. Sioux Fall

The largest city in South Dakota is Sioux Falls, which is located on the banks of the Big Sioux River.

3. Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Millions of tourists visit the majestic Mount Rushmore and its enormous carvings each year, making it one of the most distinctive tourist destinations in the United States.

2. Badlands National Park

The Badlands National Park is home to stunning rock formations and colourful canyons, making it one of the state's most beautiful landscapes.

1. Rapid City

 The city itself is interesting enough to explore because it has a bustling downtown with many of eye-catching attractions.