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Interstate 90 in South Dakota

Rapid City, South Dakota Area

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This area of South Dakota goes from the South Dakota / Wyoming State line to Exit 208. It is the western half of the state on Interstate-90

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Interstate 90 continues west on our Sheridan, Wyoming Area Page

 

 

Traveling Eastbound on Interstate-90 (Go from bottom up for westbound)

 

Milepost 0 South Dakota / Wyoming State Line

Milepost 1 Visitor Center / Rest Area

Exit 2 McNenny State Fish Hatchery - No tourist facilities

 

Exit 10 Belle Fourche / US Highway 85 north food, camping, motels

Exit 12 Spearfish Hospital south of exit fuel, food, motels, U-Haul

Exit 14 Spearfish Canyon / US Highway 14A many tourist facilities

 

Exit 17 US Highway 85 to Deadwood 10 mi south in Deadwood Resort, food, motels, casino, camping

Exit 23 Whitewood / Belle Fourche / SD-34 west fuel, food, motel

 

Sturgis, South Dakota has a population of over 6000 and an elevation of 3468 feet above sea level. Sturgis is located in the famous Black Hills. There is a map available at the Chamber of Commerce for a self guided tour of cavalry life and stagecoach trails

Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 504 Sturgis, SD 57785 phone 605-347-2556

Exit 30 Sturgis / SD-34 east fuel, food, camping, car wash, museum, camping

Exit 32 Sturgis HOSPITAL to north of exit fuel, food, motels, camping

 

Exit 34 Black Hills National Cemetary - No tourist facilities

Exit 37 Pleasant Valley Road camping

Exit 40 Tilford antiques

 

Milepost 42 Rest Area eastbound and westbound w/RV dump

Exit 44 Bethlehem Rd. - No tourist facilities

Exit 46 Piedmont Road / Elk Creek Road Food, resort, auto parts, Petrified Forest, camping

 

Exit 48 Stagebarn Canyon Road Food, RV camping, marine sales, Medical Care, car wash, and laundramat

Exit 51 Black Hawk Road camping

Exit 55 Deadwood Avenue fuel, food, motels, dogtrack

 

Rapid City, South Dakota has a population of around 60,000 and an elevation of 3220 feet above sea level. Gold was discovered in the Black Hills in 1874 and Rapid City was formed two years later in 1876. Mt. Rushmore is located near here.

Rapid City Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

444 Mt. Rushmore Rd. PO Box 747, Rapid City, SD 57709

800-487-3223    www.rapidcitycvb.com

 

Exit 57 Rapid City / Mt. Rushmore fuel, food, motels

Exit 58 Rapid City / Haines Ave. fuel, food, HOSPITAL south of exit.

Exit 59 Rapid City / La Crosse St. / City Center many tourist facilities

Exit 60 Rapid City / Mt. Rushmore / I-90 Business exits from left lane westbound

        Hospital south of exit food, motels

 

Exit 61 Elk Vale Road / Visitor Center (Black Hills Visitor center)

24 hr. fuel, RV Center, Camping

Exit 66 Box Elder / Ellsworth AF Base / SD Space & Air Museum

        fuel, car wash, food, Trading Post

Milepost 69 parking eastbound and westbound

 

Exit 78 New Underwood motel, fuel, general store

Exit 84 Road 497 - No tourist facilities

Exit 88 Road 473 - No tourist facilities

 

Exit 90 Owanka - No tourist facilities

Exit 99 Wasta fuel, food, motel, camping

Milepost 100 Rest Area eastbound and westbound w/RV dump

 

Exit 101 Road T-504 Jansen Rd - No tourist facilities

Exit 107 Cedar Butte Road - No tourist facilities

 

Wall, South Dakota has a population of around 1000 and is the home of the famous Wall Drug Store and attraction. Wall is also the northern gateway to the Badlands National Park. The Wild West Historical Wax Museum is also located here.

Chamber of Commerce, 501 Main Street, PO Box 527, Wall, SD 57790 phone 888-852-9255 - www.wall-badlands.com/

Exit 109 Wall many facilities

Exit 110 Wall many facilities

 

Exit 112 Philip / US Highway 14 east - No tourist facilities

Exit 116 - No tourist facilities

Exit 121 - No tourist facilities

Exit 127 - No tourist facilities

Milepost 129 (eastbound only) scenic outlook

Exit 131 Badlands NP / SD-240 - No tourist facilities

-         fuel, camping, lodging, in 10 mi.

 

Milepost 138 sceneic outlook / restrooms westbound only

Exit 143 Philip / SD-75 north Hospital 15 mi. north in Philip - No tourist facilities

 

Kadoka, South Dakota has a population of over 700 and an elevation of 2457 feet above sea level.

Kadoka Association, PO Box 529, Kadoka, SD 57543 phone 800-467-9217

Exit 150 Kadoka / SD-73 south fuel, lodging, camping.

 

Exit 152 Kodaka / I-90 Business Loop 24 hr. fuel, lodging, camping, Badlands Petrified Gardens

Exit 163 Belvidere / SD-63 fuel, food, lodging

 

Milepost 165 Eastbound Rest Area

Milepost 167 Westbound Rest Area

Exit 170 Midland (14 mi. north)/ SD-63 fuel, 1880s town, RV & camping.

 

Exit 172 Cedar Butte (20 mi. south) - No tourist facilities

Exit 177 No tourist facilities

Exit 183 Okaton fuel, ghost town, antiques

 

Milepost 188 parking area w/litter barrels both eastbound and westbound

Milepost 190 Time Zone Central / Mountain time change 1 hour

 

Murdo, South Dakota has a population of over 600 and an elevation of 2325 feet above sea level. Murdo was one of the destinations of the Texas Cattle Trail. Cattle are still a part of the economy here. The world famous Pioneer Auto Museum and 1880 antique town are located here.

Murdo Chamber of Commerce Phone: 605-669-3333 www.murdosd.com

 

Exit 191 Murdo many facilities

Exit 192 Murdo / US Highway 83 south many facilities

 

Milepost 194 parking eastbound and westbound

Exit 201 Draper fuel and food

Exit 208 - No tourist facilities

Interstate 90 Continues on our Sioux Falls South Dakota area page.

 

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