Still trying to figure out what your summer vacation plans are? Take in the Oyate Trail (pronounced oh-YAH-tay) along Highway 18 in southern South Dakota this summer. It is a trail rich in culture. You can spend anywhere from one to five days exploring the sites and culture along the trail. It is a great trek across the state with plenty to see and do. The trail passes through or near the Yankton Sioux Indian Reservation, the Rosebud Indian Reservation, and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Jump off the interstate and enjoy the Oyate Trail this summer! Along the way you’ll see farmland and cornfields, prairies, the Missouri river, portions of the Badlands National Park, and the southern Black Hills. Visit Oyate Trail to obtain a trail map and for more information.
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