Two small towns, one big community. Flanking the east and west of the Missouri River are the twin towns of Chamberlain and Oacoma. Filled with pre-historic, Native American, and Pioneer history, these towns cherish their past and work hard to preserve it. Whether it is unearthing ancient aquatic lizards or erecting commemorative statues, there is always an opportunity to teach and learn. Wildlife is abundant in the area and nature enthusiasts can expect to catch a glimpse of deer, turkeys, pheasants, eagles, and hawks. Camping, hunting, fishing, golfing, photography, and cycling are all popular outdoor activities. Discover the past and explore nature in the Chamberlain-Oacoma area.
Exit 263 • Chamberlain, SD 57325
In the heart of Sioux Country on the banks of the Missouri River in Chamberlain, the Akta Lakota Museum stands as a tribute to the Sioux Nation. Exhibits strive to preserve and promote Sioux culture with a rare combination of contemporary Native arts.
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