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Dakota Heritage & Lakes Southeast Region of South Dakota is more densely populated with many small towns, farms and ranches. Sioux Falls, the state's largest city, is the focal point of the area with stockyards, manufacturing and historical districts anchored by a turn-of-the-century courthouse turned museum. The city is named for the falls of the Big Sioux River. Many smaller scenic rivers accent the mighty Missouri River, which also flows through this region. Yankton is located near one of the Great Lakes of the Missouri, sparkling Lewis and Clark Lake, with its whispering cliffs and quiet bays. Yankton's historic downtown and residential districts boast reminders of the heyday of riverboat traffic on the Missouri. The region is dotted with state parks and recreation areas featuring modern campgrounds, peaceful hiking trails, great fishing, lodges and rolling scenery.

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