- TripBuzz discovered 29 different types of activities for couples in the Garretson area, including National & State Parks (like Palisades State Park), Parks (like Falls Park), Movie Theaters (like Century East At Dawley Farms) and Arts Centers (like Pipestone Center for Performing Arts), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 34 date ideas in or near Garretson, South Dakota, including 33 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sioux Falls, Pipestone, Buffalo Ridge and Flandreau.
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4320 South Oxbow Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57106 MoreLess Info
Sioux Falls' Seroma Butterfly House is an amazing attraction that allows visitors to interact with thousands of colorful butterflies. It also features a touch pool containing small sharks and a stingray.
Rapid City and Sioux Falls are both home to The Outdoor Campus, an educational facility that promotes a love of science among children an teens. The Campus is also heavily involved in conservation, gun safety and hunter education.
Run by a group of volunteers, Pipestone Center for Performing Arts offers the community three productions to attend a year. The center also hosts touring tribute bands, annual Christmas shows, poetry readings, and more.
Two blocks of 30 commercial buildings, the Pipestone Historic District is a preserved area depicting the life, style, and history of a small region of the town with many Sioux quartzite buildings and a Richardsonian Romanesque style..
Located in the midst of the Pipestone Historic District, the Pipestone Performing Arts Center hosts a community theater troupe that performs a variety of musicals and other plays each year. The theater also hosts children's theater and musical performances.
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115 N Hiawatha Avenue, Pipestone, MN 56164 MoreLess Info
Stocked with fitness equipment, Ewert Community Recreation Center offers visitors a mix of dance and exercise classes to take. The center has an aquatics facility with a hot tub, pool, and steam room.
This is the site where American Indians have quarried the red pipestone which they carve into pipes used for prayer. Many believe that the pipe's smoke carries prayer to the Great Spirit. People can hike and explore the educational trails or watch someone carve a pipestone in the museum.