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About the map

South Dakota Map Extent

This South Dakota map contains cities, roads, rivers, and lakes. For example, Sioux Falls, Rapid City, and Pierre are major cities on this map of South Dakota.

South Dakota is home to the iconic presidential landmark, Mount Rushmore. If you even plan to visit, there are tons of attraction like the Badlands, the Devil’s Tower, and more. And don’t forget that currently South Dakota is working on the largest monument in the world called the “Crazy Horse Monument” because of their sizable native community, mostly the Sioux.

South Dakota is located in the north-central region of the United States. It borders six other states including North DakotaMontanaWyomingNebraskaIowa and Minnesota. The state also has one of the largest percentage of indigenous peoples of any state in the United States.

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State capital

Pierre

Major cities and towns

Sioux Falls
Rapid City
Pierre
Belle Fourche
Selby
Madison
Milbank
Pine Ridge
Aberdeen
Box Elder
Kadoka Murdo
Plankinton
Olivet
Canton
Dell Rapids
De Smet
Miller
Faulkton
Timber Lake
Ipswich
Bison
Brookings
Buffalo
Chamberlain
Custer

Deadwood
Dupree
Edgemont
Fort Pierre
Gettysburg
Hot Springs
Huron
Lake Andes
Lead
Lemmon
Martin
McIntosh
Mission
Mitchell
Mobridge
Philip
Redfield
Sisseton
Spearfish
Sturgis
Vermillion
Watertown
Webster
Winner
Yankton

Interstate highways

Interstate-29 (I-29)
Interstate-90 (I-90)

Lakes, rivers and creeks

Cheyenne River
Lake Oahe
White River
James River
Lake Sharpe
Lake Francis Case
Big Sioux River

Missouri River
Moreau River
Grand River
Lake Traverse
Big Stone Lake
Belle Fourche River

Landmarks in South Dakota

Black Hills
Badlands
Prairie Coteau
Coteau Du Missouri
Black Elk Peak (formerly Harney Peak)
Mount Rushmore

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References

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2 Comments

  1. “Harney Peak” is PROPERLY named “BLACK ELK” for the Lakota shaman and chief. Harney is an insult and wrong.

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