South Sioux City

South Sioux City Travel Guide

Hotels in South Sioux City

South Sioux City Accommodations (4)
Marina Inn Hotel & Conference Center South Sioux City

Marina Inn Hotel & Conference Center South Sioux City

4.00 84 reviews

385 East 4th Street, South Sioux City, United States

Americas Best Value Inn- South Sioux City

Americas Best Value Inn- South Sioux City

4.00 42 reviews

4402 Dakota Ave, South Sioux City, United States

Knights Inn And Suites South Sioux City

Knights Inn And Suites South Sioux City

2.00 8 reviews

2829 Dakota Avenue, South Sioux City, United States

Budget Host Inn South Sioux City

Budget Host Inn South Sioux City

1.00 7 reviews

1201 First Avenue, South Sioux City, United States

Travel Blogs from South Sioux City

South Sioux City Travel Blogs (11)
Exploring South Dakota..., North Sioux City, United States travel blog

Exploring South Dakota...

A travel blog entry by travelswitz

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... visit at Mt. Rushmore and then we fired up the RV and headed across South Dakota to our destination for the night, the North Sioux City KOA Kampground. On the way, Maggie pointed out that we were going right by the famous Corn Palace in Mitchell, ...

Day 6 -, North Sioux City, United States travel blog

Day 6 -

A travel blog entry by bharvey

4

... in a song, I believe. At Sioux Falls we left the I-90 and travelled the 29 south into Iowa to a Walmart and then back to North Sioux City to a KOA for the night.  Nice park but wifi not too swift.  Had considered we might need to boondock as the ...

Dakota County Visit, South Sioux City, United States travel blog

Dakota County Visit

A travel blog entry by sidforsenate

5

Had a chance to visit with a number of South Sioux City people at a Chamber of Commerce coffee at Siouxland Bank. Had good interviews with the Dakota County Star and the Sioux City Journal. Lots of good things going on in ...

What do they do with all those soybeans?, Sioux Falls South Dakota, United States travel blog

What do they do with all those soybeans?

A travel blog entry by sanjose222

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5

... curiosity was to the corn palace in Mitchell, SD. The original corn palace was built more than 100 years ago to promote South Dakota's agriculture, and somehow  this building attracts a half million people a year. Here's a link to their website just ...