This website uses Cookies to offer you an enhanced browsing experience. Find out more about how we use Cookies.

USA Radio

Sioux Falls, South Dakota’s largest City, is located in the heart of the United States at the junction of Interstates 90 and 29. Plus, it is easily accessible by major international airlines. The city welcomes you with its friendly, honest, cultured people, down-home hospitality, clean air and water, safe streets, and a growing population of over 242,000.

Historically Speaking

Located in downtown Sioux Falls, the city’s namesake, Falls Park is home to the Falls of the Big Sioux River and has been a focus of life in the region throughout history. Today the park covers 123 acres and each second an average of 7,400 gallons of water drop 100 feet over the course of the falls. Welcoming visitors from around the world, Falls Park also offers a visitor centre with a five-story viewing tower, Overlook Café and historic ruins. This celebrated attraction is a must-visit, even being named among TripAdvisor’s top 25 parks in the United States in June 2013.

To further explore Sioux Falls’ history, visit Prairie Star Gallery and Good Earth State Park at Blood Run, offering a cultural experience best known to the first peoples who settled in Sioux Falls. The gallery offers all-indigenous goods that come predominantly from South Dakota’s Native American reservations and famous artists that have originated from the area. Good Earth State Park, South Dakota’s newest state park, is a National Historic Landmark. The river, abundant wildlife and wood for fuel, fertile flood plains, availability of pipestone and protection from winds made the area a crossroads of Native American civilization from 1300 - 1700 AD. Occupants here were primarily Oneota Indigenous Peoples. In fact, no other Oneota site of this size and integrity is known to exist in the U.S.

Entertainment and Attractions

International guests discover so much to do when visiting Sioux Falls. Enjoy culture in nationally renowned museums, art galleries, wineries and the vibrant downtown SculptureWalk. Have a blast with family and friends with activities like go-cart rides, water parks, hundreds of free-flying butterflies and an outdoor learning centre with hands-on activities. Visit the animals at the zoo, catch a round of golf or discover amazing sights at the Kirby Science Center.

The Denny Sanford PREMIER Center is a state-of the art, multipurpose events centre with seating for up to 12,000; several concerts have sold out the facility. The River Greenway Project is a highlight of the historic Big Sioux River in downtown Sioux Falls and host to the annual RiverFest. An amphitheatre, improved walking trails, interactive water feature and two new pedestrian bridges were added. The Greenway is part of a larger 26-mile bike trail that encircles the city, following the Big Sioux River and offering scenic views of city parks.

Food Scene

Sioux Falls has exploded onto the food scene as of late, even being named in the “New York Times”. Foodies are raving about the local cuisine’s unique flavours and home-grown dining experiences here. Choose from elegant, eclectic and ethnic, or sample regional specialties such as hearty Midwestern steaks, gourmet game or freshwater fish.

Official Sioux Falls Travel Site

Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau

Welcome to Visit The USA!

Now that you have registered, you can save trip ideas to your suitcase.

Start exploring

Enter your email address and we’ll send you a link to reset your password.

Please check your email.

Start exploring

The password on your account has successfully been changed. Please use your new password to login.

Start exploring

This website is set to 'allow all cookies' for the best user experience. By continuing without changing this setting, you are consenting to this. You may change your settings at any time at the bottom of this page.

More information about cookies

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites.

We use cookies to make our website easier for you to use. You can remove any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may prevent you from using parts of our website.

If you choose to disable non-essential cookies, the website will:

  • Allow you to log in and remember you are logged in, while in session
  • Determine your country of origin in order to serve you the most relevant version of the site

This website will not:

  • Restrict welcome messaging to the first time you visit the site
  • Track any activity on the site for analytics purposes

More information about cookies