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South Dakota

Private Jet Charter to South Dakota

South Dakota is the fifth smallest stated in the union, and also the fifth least densely populated. But South Dakotans are fine with it; there is more of this amazing state to share. The Missouri River bisects the state, essentially creating two mini-states, East and West of the river. Historically, “east river” had most of the population and fertile soil for crops. “West River” was primarily plains and ranch land. South Dakota survived Indian Wars, a Gold Rush, and The Dust Bowl to emerge as a leader in agribusiness and tourism.

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South Dakota Destinations

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South Dakota Destinations

South Dakota’s most famous landmark is, of course, Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Thousands of visitor arrive each to stare in awe at the massive Presidential sculpture that took 14 years to complete. It’s definitely worth the visit. But what’s beyond? South Dakota offers tours and adventures from every era of its dynamic history. Explore the rugged landscapes of Badlands National Park. Discover Native American arts and culture at the South Dakota Art Museum. Or rocket into the future at the South Dakota Air and Space Museum at Ellsworth Air Force Base. South Dakota is waiting to be explored.

Things to Do in South Dakota

South Dakota features millions of acres protected as natural and historic sites. Visitors can go underground in the famous Jewel Cave National Monument. Or go kayaking in the untouched backcountry wilderness of the Black Hills. Art lovers can experience everything from Native American craft markets to lively performances at the annual Sioux Falls JazzFest. Visiting with your kids? Try the Children’s Museum of South Dakota, in Brookings. Other popular places to visit in South Dakota include:
  • Learn gold rush history at the Adams Museum, Deadwood
  • Remember the fallen at the Wounded Knee Visitor Center
  • Wild Water West Waterpark, Sioux Falls
  • Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, Philip
  • Annual Czech Days Festival, Tabor
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder Homestead, De Smet
  • Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, Sturgis
  • White Water Rafting, Rapid City
  • Tour the Broken Boot Gold Mine, Deadwood

 South Dakota Jet Charter Information

With access to many city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan South Dakota charter flights to just about any destination in the state. Our friendly, experienced agents can help plan all the details of your flight. Whether you’re flying with a bunch of friends, or with 200 colleagues, we’ll find an aircraft suited to your requirements. We can access more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo-props, light charter jets and charter airliners. Plus, we’ll search the private jet charter industry’s network of certified professional pilots to make your journey the safest and most efficient possible.
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