South Sioux City
Think of South Sioux City as your three-in-one travel bonus: this trio of metropolitan areas includes locations in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.
The Missouri River helps define the borders of Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, creating an area rich with Native American history and Lewis and Clark lore. Two scenic byways—the Lewis and Clark Scenic Byway and the Outlaw Trail—thread through the area, creating ready-made itineraries. Or, create your own by winding your way to Blackbird Scenic Overlook above the Missouri River, the burial site of an Omaha Chief which was visited by Lewis and Clark. Visit Woodland Trails at the Winnebago Village Center to browse the gallery and take home arts and crafts created by Native American makers. Casinos provide another form of entertainment here, but you may prefer to test your luck outside: from city and state parks to the 20-mile Al Bengtson Bike Trail, South Sioux City rewards adventurers with fishing, golf, camping and more.