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Sites & Attractions Yankton College Office 1801 Summit Street, Door 9 (605) 665-3661 www.yanktoncollege.org Yankton College was the first institution of higher learning in the Dakota Territory, providing a quality liberal arts education to thousands before closing in 1985. Among its distinctions are the Conservatory of Music, School of Theology, Clark Observatory, the first Shakespearean outdoor Garden Terrace Theatre, several Rhodes Scholars, influential faculty and a record breaking athletic program. Student records, historical documents, college memorabilia and merchandise are available at the administrative office located at the north end of the Summit Activities Center. Open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. or by appointment. Yankton Mall 2101 Broadway Avenue (605) 665-5999 With over 20 businesses, including an arcade and theatre, the Yankton Mall will enhance your total Yankton shopping, dining and entertainment experience. Several events and promotions are held throughout the year including Santa Photos, Farmers Market and the Riverboat Days celebration with over 170 craft booths at the mall. Open Monday Friday from 10 a.m. - 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from Noon - 5 p.m. 8 Yankton RiverWalk Historic Downtown Yankton & Riverside Park (605) 665-6655 www.yanktonriverwalk.org RiverWalk is a public art project focused on bringing outdoor sculptures to downtown Yankton and Riverside Park. New sculptures will be installed annually in May for the public to enjoy. Each year the public has the opportunity to vote for their favorite sculpture, the People’s Choice Award. 28 – Yankton, South Dakota Votes will be tabulated at the end of each year. The winner will be announced each May, at the sculpture artist celebration. Download the RiverWalk app from www.yanktonriverwalk.org and take a self-guided walking tour while learning about each individual sculpture and artist. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers 55245 Hwy. 121 (4 miles West of Yankton) (402) 667-2546 www.nwo.usace.army.mil/gavinspoint Nestled in the golden, chalkstone-lined valley of the Missouri River, the Lewis and Clark Lake area has grown 24 HR into one of the most popular EXPRESS recreation LAUNDROMAT destinations 2020 Elm St - Behind Walgreens in the region. The Corps of Engineers offers a wide variety of recreational activities including camping, fishing, hiking, swimming and Relax at Diggers picnicking. With two Casino & Bar Next campgrounds, Door While You boating access to Lake Wash & Dry Yankton and the Missouri River, day-use areas with a beach and Laundry Machines to fit any size load and budget