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Sioux Falls Introduction

Sioux Falls is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. It lies less than half an hour's drive from the Minnesota and Iowa state borders in South Dakota. The falls themselves date to around 14,000 years ago, and today you can explore their history in over 70 parks throughout the city and surrounding areas. Sioux Falls is popular for cycling, jogging, and hiking, while during the winter months tourists come to gaze at stars, ski, and snowboard.

Hotels in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls hotels are mainly 1, 2, and 3-star, mid-range hotels and inns located on the outer fringes of the city. Guest bedrooms are spacious and clean, and almost all hotels offer free breakfast and high-speed Internet access. Some properties have a lobby bar, fitness room, and swimming pool – a bonus for business travelers and families that wish to relax after a hectic day of sightseeing. Hotels in Sioux Falls are popular with couples too, offering well-appointed, spacious rooms, and private bathroom facilities. Discount hotels in Sioux Falls are superb value, providing a comfortable, cost-effective stay in South Dakota.

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Where to stay

If you want access to city attractions, choose cheap Sioux Falls hotels in Downtown. These properties are within walking distance of Falls Park, Big Sioux River, and Old Courthouse Museum. If you plan to spend a few days in Sioux Falls, stay along Interstate 29. Hotels and inns cater to all travelers, as they are close to several golf courses, Great Plains Zoo, and the city's shopping malls. South of Sioux Falls Regional Airport, you will also find reasonably priced hotels along Russell Street, handy for Falls Park, Veterans' Memorial Park, and the Japanese Gardens.

Things to see

Sioux Falls' most visited attraction is Falls Park. The waterfalls, although not the largest or most spectacular, are impressive, and have been around since the last Ice Age. There are interesting rock formations and an old mill to see, plus places to walk, cycle, and picnic. Continuing the nature theme, visit Sertoma Butterfly House and Marine Cove. The sanctuary has over 800 butterflies, and the marine complex is home to fish, bamboo sharks, and rays. If traveling with children, they will enjoy a trip to Great Plains Zoo which hosts a range of large animals and endangered species. You can even learn more about them at Delbridge Museum of Natural History next door. If architecture is more your thing, visit Sioux Falls Old Courthouse Museum, which was built from Sioux quartzite stone. Its commanding, dark structure is sure to leave a striking impression.

How to get to Sioux Falls

Most tourists travel to Sioux Falls by car. Interstate 90 runs east to Rochester, Minnesota, and to the west, the I-90 transports you to Badlands National Park. Interstate 29 leads north to Fargo, and, due south, to Sioux City and Omaha. Sioux Area Metro operates a network of bus lines within the city, and Jefferson Line buses can transport you further afield to Minneapolis, Kansas City and Omaha. Sioux Falls also has its own regional airport, served by most large US airlines. The airport is less than 10 minutes' drive from downtown Sioux Falls.