Ahhh yes, now the big question…I booked a room or an event and now what can I do? You’re in for a surprise.
Yankton was once the Capitol of Dakota Territory, located on the biggest passageway through it, the Missouri River.
Yankton’s part of the Missouri River has now been declared a National Recreational River protected by National Park Service.. No powerboats or jet skis..sorry. BUT wonderful fishing, canoeing, boating or walking.
BIKE PATHS Yankton has one of the nicest walking paths in the state. Our walking paths stretch throughout the city all the way out to the lake..You can walk it day or night..Start right next to us by the Walking bridge.
Walking Bridge that stretches over the Missouri River is directly across from the Brewery. No 41 on the Map below. Walk it enjoy all the beauty and the area across the river as well.
The link below will take you to the city’s interactive bike and walking path..
We have a wonderful live theater 1/2 block from here. The Lewis and Clark Theater.http://www.lewisandclarktheatre.org/
The Water Plaza located right across from the Brewery.. You can see it through the windows in the Rosebud. No 40 on the map below
New Walnut Streets improvements are incredible!
Here is a couple of one minutes videos that have some info on them as well.. First one is a cute overview, second is shopping