A must for anyone visiting Sioux Falls, the Falls Park is where this city got its name.
The park is comprised of over 128 acres and is located just north of downtown, along the Big Sioux River. An average of 7,400 gallons of water drop 100 feet over the course of the Falls each second. Enjoy the Falls from the many different viewing platforms, including the five-story observation tower. Falls Park is also home to a rich history that includes some of Sioux Falls’ oldest buildings such as the Queen Bee Mill.
Stop by for some ice cream on warm days or come in the winter when the whole park is lit up with lights.
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