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Experience the largest indoor waterpark resort in the Dakotas, directly connected to our hotel! With 30,000 square feet of waterpark and 1,000 feet of slides, lazy river, arcade and concessions, your family won't find more fun in one location. The roof even retracts to make our waterpark an outdoor park in the summer.
The Watiki Arcade, featuring 40 games, is sure to test the skills and abilities from the youngest to the oldest kids. Conveniently attached to the Watiki Indoor Waterpark, the Watiki arcade features games, prizes and concessions.
Children will enjoy the excitement of three slides, water features and Koko's 250-gallons that spills over the entire Kingdom every five minutes. This attraction is great for younger children.
Stay fit while on the road by utilizing our convenient fitness center featuring free weights, two treadmills, an elliptical and exercise bike that all feature personal viewing LCD screens.
Wind Cave National Park is one of the world's longest caves. Carved in limestone, the 320-million-year-old cave creates a unique visual experience. Above ground, the park is a wildlife sanctuary, home to bison, elk, deer, antelope, coyotes and prairie dogs.
The Black Hills and prairies of South Dakota provide a picturesque landscape for snowmobilers. Designated trails can be found throughout the state. The Black Hills Trail system has received national recognition for the scenic views it offers.
Black Hills Bridges
One of the nation's engineering gems, the pigtail bridges along Iron Mountain Road in the Black Hills nestles in the beauty of the landscape, offering travelers a unique perspective.
Viewed from the top of Little Devil's Tower, the Cathedral Spires jut impressively from the Black Hills National Forest. Custer State Park encompasses these spectacular rock formations, thick timber and expansive prairie landscapes.
Badlands National Park
Jagged peaks reach for the sky in Badlands National Park, creating classic Western scenery. Wind and water have carved mysterious formations in the 244,000-acre park in southwestern South Dakota.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
The Black Hills provide the backdrop for Mount Rushmore, America's Shrine of Democracy. The famous faces of four U.S. presidents measure 60 feet from forehead to chin and look out over a setting of pine, spruce, birch and aspen in the clear Western air.
Harney Peak's former fire lookout tower in the Black Hills provides hikers with a five-state view from the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains.
Custer State Park
Custer State Park in South Dakota's Black Hills covers 71,000 acres, every inch a playground. Hiking, biking, wildlife watching, gold panning, fishing and horseback riding are just some of the activities available within the park. Wildlife is abundant and the Wildlife Loop Road allows you to get up close and personal with many of the park's wild habitants.
The Mickelson Trail
Following the historic Deadwood to Edgemont Burlington Northern rail line, the George S. Mickelson Trail is a 114-mile (182.4 kilometers) trail through the Black Hills. It's enjoyed by hikers, bikers and horseback riders.
Reaching for the next handhold, a rock climber makes his way up a granite spire near Mount Rushmore National Memorial. The southern Black Hills, and especially the Needles area of Custer State Park, are world famous for challenging and unique climbing opportunities.
Our Aquarium Meeting Room is the perfect place to have your next meeting. The meeting room features state-of-the-art technology, including LCD projection system, DVD and VCR system, computer presentations, audio teleconferencing and 7.1 surround sound.