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When Do Sioux Falls Pools Open?

The Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Department has set Friday, June 3, 2022, as the opening day for the seven outdoor public pools and one indoor aquatic facility in Sioux Falls (weather permitting).

The city operates three family aquatic centers and two traditional pools, as well as a stand-alone wading pool, and a spray park:

MORE: How Much Is A Swim Pass for Sioux Falls Swimming Pools?

Full price daily admission to the city pools:

  • $6 - adults
  • $5 - children (2-17) and seniors (55+)

Summer swim passes are also available:

  • $70 - adults
  • $40 - seniors (55+)
  • $30 - children (2-17)

Sioux Falls Outdoor Pools

Summer in Sioux Falls is beautiful. But sometimes you need to cool off. Sioux Falls has some great outdoor public pools and a fun spray park in addition to the indoor Midco Aquatic Center.

Sioux Falls' outdoor public pools are planning to be open for summer 2022, in the past, they have opened at the beginning of June (if the weather cooperates).
When Do the Pools Open in Sioux Falls?

Sioux Falls public pools are open from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM and from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM.

Prices are $5 for ages 2 to 17, $6 for adults, seniors 55+ are $5, and children under 2 are free. The Spray Park and the wading pools at Frank Olson, Kuehn, and McKennan are free.

You can also get a Sioux Falls swim pass and swim all summer. You can buy a swim pass at the Midco Aquatic Center or at most of the outdoor pools all summer. For more about the Sioux Falls swim pass click here.

South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa State Fair Roundup

After a couple of years of uncertainty, it's looking like summer 2022 will be the most summer-like summer we've had in a while.

That includes fair time! Summer means carnivals, fair food, and concerts. The 2022 state fair line-ups for South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and North Dakota are being announced, here's what we know:

The Oldest Bar in South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Minnesota

Here's your chance to have a drink in the very same bar where Buffalo Bill Cody may have gone on a toot. Or have lunch in the same building that pioneers may have gotten in their cups ta before heading out to the Great Plaines. From South Dakota to Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska the Old West lives on in local taverns and bars.

The folks at Thrillist did some research and found the oldest bar in each state. Here are the closest, so you can plan your Old West bar crawl.

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