Drenched in Missouri River Valley history, Dakota County is the land of Lewis & Clark. The area is so rich in scenery that both the Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway and Outlaw Trail Scenic Byway roll through this rugged land.

Bicyclists and hikers in the South Sioux City area can explore 20 miles of paved trails on the Al Bengston Bike Trail and the Tri-State Trail connecting Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa.

The Danish Alps State Recreation Area near Hubbard is an outdoors paradise where hunting, fishing and camping abound with a 219-acre lake surrounded by 520 upland acres. 1260 200 St. (402) 632-4109.

Learn more about South Sioux City by contacting the South Sioux City Area Chamber and Convention and Visitors Bureau at visitsouthsiouxcity.com or (402) 494-1307.

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