We invite you to join us and enjoy the wonderful environment that is South Dakota. We are a place of families and friends, where people care about people. We are a place of opportunities for turning dreams into realities. Learn about our responsive government and no state income tax- more about South Dakota government.
South Dakota is a land of the great outdoors – clear air, national and state parks, mountains, prairies, lakes and rivers-more about travel in South Dakota.
South Dakota is an outdoors paradise-hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and climbing-more about South Dakota outdoors.
South Dakota students have educational opportunities from pre-school to doctoral studies with excellent teachers- more about South Dakota education.
Dakota Power is located in Rapid City, South Dakota’s second largest city with over 100,000 people located on the eastern edge of the Black Hills-more about Rapid City.
A long time ago the Black Hills of South Dakota were the highest mountains between the Rockies and the Alps. An island on the prairies of the great plains of America, the Black Hills is the destination of over four million visitors annually-more about the Black Hills
The four presidents of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial remind all of the freedom and democracy that is the foundation of America. Over two million visitors annually travel from all over the world to experience the Shrine of Democracy-more about Mount Rushmore.
The history of Western South Dakota includes the culture and traditions of American Indians. The Crazy Horse Memorials is a gigantic sculpture of Chief Crazy Horse and provides a reminder of the great leaders of our Native American heritage-more about Crazy Horse
We carve mountains in South Dakota, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse are carved in mountains rising above ground and the Homestake Gold Mine is carved 8000 feet deep underground. Over 40 million ounces of gold were produced by the Homestake Gold Mine before it closed in 2002. The leaders of an experiment that began a mile underground in 1962 received the 2002 Nobel Prize for proving the existence of neutrinos. The global community of particle physicists biologists and engineers is continuing the quest for new gold, the gold of scientific knowledge with the conversion of the mine to a deep underground science and engineering laboratory more aboutHomestake.
The Dakota Power team looks toward to sharing South Dakota with you as we prepare the technologies that have the potential to revolutionize vehicle transportation.