Sioux Falls Travel Guide
Welcome to Sioux Falls!
Founded at the dramatic waterfalls of the Big Sioux River near the borders between Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, Sioux Falls is the largest city in South Dakota. With engaging museums, eclectic art galleries and several golf courses and parks, Sioux Falls provides a mixture of history, culture and recreation. A livestock and agricultural hub, Sioux Falls is an important distribution center for farms and communities in the northern plains of the United States. Dozens of lakes and thousands of acres of open prairie yield exceptional hunting and fishing opportunities. For family fun, spend a day at Wild Water West Waterpark. The city's Western and pioneer heritage is proudly displayed in festivals like Spirit of the West, which celebrates the early days of Sioux Falls in the 19th century. Other annual events in Sioux Falls include Siouxland Renaissance Festival in June, JazzFest in July and Sidewalk Arts Festival in September.
Hotels & Motels
This elegant Sheraton features a lobby waterfall and botanical atrium.