Activities in South Dakota

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Led by fitness expert and former bodybuilder Randy Hartz, Sioux Falls Boot Camp for Women combines fitness training, nutritional counseling, and professionally crafted motivation to help women of all ages and genders achieve their health goals. Each 60-minute session ($14.95 per session) includes calisthenics, body weight exercises, and light running, all of which can be modified to accommodate any level of physical fitness, ensuring that participants feel the scientifically recommended amount of "burn." The boot camp promotes a team mentality; students will motivate one another to take on new challenges and strive for their physical best, all while they feed on the low calories of camaraderie. By the end of the two weeks, boot campers' agility, core strength, stamina, and energy levels will have improved, with some weight loss even possible.

5122 South Cliff Avenue
Sioux Falls,
SD
US

Led by fitness expert and former bodybuilder Randy Hartz, Sioux Falls Boot Camp for Women combines fitness training, nutritional counseling, and professionally crafted motivation to help women of all ages and genders achieve their health goals. Each 60-minute session ($14.95 per session) includes calisthenics, body weight exercises, and light running, all of which can be modified to accommodate any level of physical fitness, ensuring that participants feel the scientifically recommended amount of "burn." The boot camp promotes a team mentality; students will motivate one another to take on new challenges and strive for their physical best, all while they feed on the low calories of camaraderie. By the end of the two weeks, boot campers' agility, core strength, stamina, and energy levels will have improved, with some weight loss even possible.

1101 South Marion Road
Sioux Falls,
SD
US

With 12 slick lanes, mouthwatering fare to munch on, and a laid-back adjacent lounge, Valley Lanes & Rec Center fills bowlers with chow and immerses chow lovers in the joys of bowling. Those opting to spend their time hitting the lanes can gear up, donning an included pair of bowling clogs, for 30 punishing frames. In between thundering games, bowlers can disguise the rumble of their ravenous bellies with fine snack-bar fare including gladiator pizzas ($3.39–$4.09 for a 7", $10.99–$15.99 for a 14"), french fries ($1.49), or jalapeño poppers (six for $4.49), washed down with their large soda.

900 North Splitrock Boulevard
Brandon,
SD
US

Burnside Game Place entertains thrill seekers with a full-fledged casino, complimentary beverages, and affordable American eats. Gamers gunning to strike gold try their hand at the casino's video-bingo machines, which notoriously killed antiquated radio-bingo machines, while gulping free beer and soda in the casino area. After a hearty helping of gaming excitement, patrons refuel with favorites from Burnside's kitchen menu. Nosh on one of the savory appetizers, simultaneously juggling cheese balls or tossing onion rings onto waiting tongues. Chefs perfect the circular simplicity of the personal pan pizza and salute the classic pairing of bacon cheeseburgers and fries. Breaded shrimp and chicken-salad sandwiches round out the menu, leaving its edges smooth and unable to puncture low-flying blimps.

1605 West Burnside Street
Sioux Falls,
SD
US

Armed with state-of-the-art lasers, players dodge enemy beams in a 5,000-square-foot arena awash in neon and black lights. During open-play sessions held Friday–Sunday, up to 20 participants weave their way through the obstacle-laden space on a variety of missions. The lasers also function outside, enabling Galaxy Gaming to frequently host outdoor missions in yards with enough obstacles.

Competition continues in the gaming lounge, where more than 200 computer and console games run on more than 60 PC, PlayStation3, and Xbox 360 stations. Gamers can play friends or other patrons with all-day passes or during Friday and Saturday all-night sessions, which last from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. or whenever Mario throws out his back. Galaxy Gaming's resident techies also rid computers of viruses, build custom PCs, and create personalized gaming rigs.

5023 S Louise Ave
Sioux Falls,
SD
US

Ingalls Homestead is one of the homes of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of Little House on the Prairie. The tall grasses and homestead buildings create the setting for guests to relive their favorite memories from the Little House stories. Guests can participate in a wide array of activities such as riding in a covered wagon, attending an 1880’s school session, and meeting ponies and horses up close. Those seeking hands-on activities also can opt for making corn cob dolls or jump ropes, which they get to take home.

20812 Homestead Rd
De Smet,
SD
US