KADOKA, SD
Pop. 750, El. 2457 ft.

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SOUTH DAKOTA'S ORIGINAL
1880 TOWN
I-90 Exit 170
22 Miles West of Murdo, SD
The 1880 Town is an authentic 1880 to 1920 era town from buildings to their contents. The displays and buildings range from Indian relics from the 1870's to the fourteen-sided barn built in 1919.
Town Open daily May thru October.
www.1880town.com
605-344-2259 or 605-669-2387
South Dakota's Origianl 1880 Town

BADLANDS DISTILLERY
425 SD Hwy 73 box 311, Kadoka, SD 57543

The very thought of Moonshine speaks to the pioneer spirit. And, South Dakota pioneers played their part in that American history. We couldnít be making our Moonshine today without thinking of the Great Uncles to Jim Herber who found out the hard way back in the early 1930ís. The revenuers caught the 5 brothers down on Sears Creek in the Weta basin as they were trying to stay a step ahead, and destroy the evidence of their still operation.
www.badlandsdistilleryllc.com
605-837-3000
Badlands Distillery

BADLANDS PETRIFIED GARDENS
Specialty Museum
E Highway 16, Kadoka, SD 57543

A small museum includes
a fluorescent rock display
(the promised Atomic Rainbow)
and lots of rocks sitting on
little hand-built shelves.

www.badlandspetrifiedgardens.net
605 837-2448
Petrified Gardens

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KADOKA CITY OVERVIEW

  "Gateway to the Badlands" we graciously welcome you to our community! Established in 1906, Kadoka is located on the east edge of the Badlands National Park. Kadoka is the Lakota word meaning "hole in the wall". Kadoka is the friendliest town along I-90! Public Facilities include a nine hole golf course, a city park with outdoor pool, lighted baseball and softball fields, auditorium and rodeo grounds. Hunting, fishing, hiking and rockhounding are popular leisure activities for local residents and visitors alike.

www.kadokasd.com

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