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People visit South Dakota for many reasons:

1) to visit the Black Hills: Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills caves, Black Hills National Forest

2) to visit historical places such as Deadwood, Fort Sisseton, Fort Randall

3) to go hunting and fishing

4) to attend or participate in a rodeo or a Pow Wow or many other events

5) to visit Badlands National Park

6) to attend the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in DeSmet

7) to go boating, sailing, swimming, water skiing, or windsurfing

8) to go golfing or bowling

9) to visit family or friends or to attend a reunion

10) to visit the Corn Palace in Mitchell, Storybookland and the Land of Oz in Aberdeen, Storybook Island in Rapid City

and many more -- see Related Links for the SD Tourism web site.

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