South Dakota is a state situated in the Midwestern region of U.S.A, named after Dakota Sioux American Indian tribes and Lakota. It is 17th most extensive, but 5th least densely and least populous of all the 50 states of United States. The southern part of Dakota Territory became a fully fledged state; now call as South Dakota, in 2 November, 1889. Sioux Falls is its largest city being the population around 1, 60,000 and Pierre is its capital. It is well bordered by states of Minnesota, North Dakota, Lowa, Montana, and Wyoming and bisected by Missouri river, dividing it into two equal and social distinct halves, refer to residents as West River and East River. Most populous part of South Dakota is its eastern part, and good and variety of crops occurs due to the fertility of soil there. Mount Rushmore is major tourist location in South Dakota. Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park and historic Deadwood are the other attractions as well. This state in U.S.A, experience four distinct climates with precipitation ranging from semi arid in the west to moderate in the east.
Lead, a beautiful tropical city of South Dakota, is situated in Lawrence Country. The city has a population of about 3,500, as to the 2010 census. It is well located in western part of South Dakota, in Black Hills nearby Wyoming State. The ecology is typically features to that of North American biome. It was officially founded on 10 July, 1876, after discovery of gold. It is an established site of Homestake Mine, the deepest, the largest and one of the most productive mine of gold in Western Hemisphere, which closed in 2002. After its closure, this small town relies much on its tourism industry. George Hearst was instrumental in developing and making Homestake more livable and turning into the country’s single largest producing company of gold mine.
The city of lead is a jewel blend with sparks, nestled in South Dacota on the Northern Black Hills. Long time ago the Homestake boasts the charm of this small town with its large potential. Once it was a home for employees at Homestake for many years and town has not change much in many ways. After the shutdown of Homestake Mine, Sanford Underground Laboratory at Homestake has rise to the occasion and promise a bright and lively future for the residents and community.
This paradise, Lead is an influx of outdoor as well as recreational activities like hiking, skiing, biking, hunting, touring and snowmobiling. There are many vacation home rentals in Lead. One can spend a day or more with all comforts of a home in these vacation rentals. Other landmarks are- Centennial and Mickelson Trails , Devils Tower National Monument, Spearfish Canyon and large number of Forest service and South Dakota lakes, parks, and campgrounds. Further moving down the line a bit, are Jewel Cave National Monument, Mt Rushmore, Wind Cave National Park and the Badlands. It has always been a wonderful place to visit, work, live and enjoy. Numerous bus operators are also there to offer tour to various places in the city like Black Hills Mining Museum boasts of mining artifacts and exuberant collection from all round the mining operation in city.