Expert Travel Advice to South Dakota

Top Answers To South Dakota Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    According to AccuWeather, average daytime highs should be in the mid to high 50s around that time of year, with lows in the 40s.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    While camping areas in Black Hills National Forest and Badlands National Park don't have sites with electrical hookups, you should be able to find something suitable in South Dakota's many state parks and recreation areas. Take a look at http://www.sdgfp.info/parks/Regions/Features.htm for a directory of areas and campground facilities.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Not sure I can help on the catalog front, but don't you mean Woonsocket? Perhaps you can find what you're after on the town's website: http://www.woonsocketsd.com
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    Anonymous user answered:
    South Dakota is pretty mild in October, but temperatures tend to drop at night. November is much chillier. Be prepared for some rain or snow during these two months. Make sure to check the weather before planning for any outdoor activities. Also, keep in mind that while one part of South Dakota may be rainy, another part may not be. It all depends on location. Visit www.weather.com for up to date weather reports.

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