5 South Dakota Waterfalls to See, That Aren’t in Falls Park
We all know about the Falls on the Big Sioux River. After all, Sioux Falls is named after that very waterfall.
Being a landlocked, largely non-mountainous state, South Dakota doesn't have many other waterfalls. Except out in the west, in the Black Hills.
The striking beauty of the tree-covered Black Hills is enhanced by a collection of beautiful waterfalls.
Here are 5 South Dakota Waterfalls to See, that aren't in Falls Park
Roughlock Falls in Spearfish Canyon
Roughlock Falls is a stunning feature of Spearfish Canyon, near Lead, South Dakota. It's an intimate spot to experience the Black Hills.
Bridal Veil Falls - Spearfish Canyon:
Another waterfall to check out in Spearfish Canyon is the 60-foot Bridal Veil Falls. People say it looks like a wedding veil.
Devil's Bathtub - Black Hills:
Devil's Bathtub has the best name of any waterfall anywhere. The waterfall dumps into a little pond that some say looks like a bathtub. Plus its part of an exciting hiking trail.
The town of Hot Springs, South Dakota, and the surrounding area hold some of the best Black Hill's hidden gems. Cascade Falls are fed by Cascade Spring, the largest spring in the Black Hills.
Hippie Hole Falls - Custer State Park
The runner-up in the 'best names ever' contest has to be Hippy Hole Falls in Custer State Park. It's a special little spot that is perfect for making memories.