Belvidere East / Exit 170 KOA

Open May 1 - September 30

Reserve: 800-562-2134

Info: 605-344-2247


24201 South Dakota Highway 63

Midland, SD 57552-7302

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Local Area Attractions

1880 Town

Murdo, SD


Walk down Main Street of this 1880 town and explore more than 30 buildings authentically furnished with thousands of relics. Enjoy the rolling terrain of a sprawling homestead and envision life on the prairie. While at the 1880 town, you can also view memorabilia from the late Casey Tibbs, a champion rodeo bronco rider, and many props that were used in filming the movie "Dances with Wolves". Be sure to visit the Long Horn Saloon for a cold sarsaparilla, the gift shop, and the diner for lunch specials. The 1880 Town is hard to miss with easy access off I-90 and a large parking area for buses.

Tour: length: self-guided as long as wanted

Open: May 1 - October 31

Hours: Dawn until Dusk

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Pioneer Auto Show

Murdo, SD

Pioneer Auto Show and Prairie Town
For a genuine slice of Americana, stop in Murdo and visit the Pioneer Auto Show and Prairie Town to take a nostalgic journey into the past. Established in 1954, and known as "The Big Variety Show", this an unrivaled celebration of America's romance with the automobile, and includes motorcycles, tractors, scooters, and bicycles portraying the history of 20th century America through their incredible evolutions. Most of these wheeled antiques have automated recordings for self-guided tours.

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Wall Drug

Wall, SD

America's favorite roadside attraction, Wall Drug has been entertaining and educating the traveling public since 1931. Wall Drug has evolved into a 76,000-square-foot wonderland of free attractions. There is something for everyone at Wall Drug! AAA approved.

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Hot Mineral Baths

Midland, SD

For over 70 years the hot mineral waters have run into the hotel's plunges to relive the body of aches and pains caused from muscular skeletal discomfort, trauma and disease. The healing waters have also been known to help with some skin disorders, respiratory issues, immune deficiencies by assisting the body own healing process through cleansing and detoxifying.

The mineral water comes from the ground at about 119 degrees F. Flowing to the plunges at about 30 gallons per minute, where it naturally arrives at about 105-109 degrees F. We use no other heating methods or chemical additives in the plunges. Just hot mineral water from the earth's natural source.

Courtesy of: Lava Water Hotel

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Badlands Petrified Gardens

While walking through the Petrified Gardens, you will be walking through the eons of time that the Badlands fossils, logs and minerals represent. The Badlands area has undergone dramatic climatic and geographic changes over the millions of years that they represent. It has changed from sea to swamp to grassland. The sea life fossils are 200 million years old; the petrified wood is 60 million years old; and the fossil mammals are 40 million years old.

Kadoka, SD

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Local Area Activities

Our local area is known for great bird watching and breathtaking prairie land view.

Rocks Climbing in Hill City, SD

Hill City, SD

Don't let your vacation be boring. Go rock climbing in Hill City, SD.

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Biking in the Black Hills, SD

Custer State Park, SD

Perfect stop for your trip anywhere in the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park and Mickelson Trail.

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Hiking in the Badlands National Park

Badlands, SC

The Badlands National Park, or "mako sica" as it is known to the Lakota people, is a place of mystery, spirituality and natural beauty. Located near Wall, South Dakota, the Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest, protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.

Once home to ancient marine life, early mammals and now bison, bighorn sheep and ferrets, Badlands National Park is a must-see stop filled with painted canyons and photo opportunities.

One million visitors are attracted to the park's 244,000 acres each year, which are divided between three units for hiking and exploring. The Stronghold and Palmer Creek Units to the south are also part of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. An entrance fee is required to enter Badlands National Park, and is valid for 7 days.

Courtesy of: South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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