Private jet charter and flights to South Dakota
Famous for its iconic Mount Rushmore National Memorial, where the giant faces of four former US presidents are carved into the mountainside, South Dakota is a Midwest gem of windswept prairies and pioneer towns. Experience it all, charter a private jet today.
The Missouri River splits the state into two distinct regions, known to residents as East River and West River. Central South Dakota’s huge Oahe, Sharpe, Francis Case and Lewis & Clark reservoirs offer hundreds of miles of waterways, which attract outdoor adventurers with hiking, cycling, kayaking and fishing.
The western Black Hills region is the state’s biggest draw – rising dramatically out of the Great Plains, these forest-cloaked mountains are steeped in Native American history and boast numerous national parks and mountain sculptures. Highlights include the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, where the faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln are carved into the mountainside; and the 22-storey Crazy Horse Memorial, which depicts a Native American warrior and has been continually under construction since 1948.
With its awe-inspiring scenery and endless winding roads, the Black Hills region is best explored on a scenic road trip. Popular routes include the Deadwood Loop, which takes you through legendary gold rush town Deadwood and along the waterfall-lined Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway; and the Badlands Loop, which passes through some of Badlands National Park’s most spectacular buttes, cliffs and spires.
The northeastern glacial lakes and prairies are perfect for families seeking outdoor adventure, including bird-watching, camping and horse-riding, along with fun-packed festivals and fascinating local museums. The region is also popular with anglers, thanks to hundreds of natural lakes teeming with perch and walleye.
Sioux Falls in southeastern South Dakota is the state’s largest city, a cultural hotspot where you can explore historic sites like Pettigrew Home & Museum, Queen Bee Mill and McKennan Park Historic District before tucking into gourmet cuisine and enjoying a buzzing nightlife. Escape this urban hub to go boating and swimming in one of the region’s many rivers and lakes; or tour local vineyards along the winery trail.