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Sites & Attractions information, complimentary coffee, a gift shop and displays featuring local businesses and artists. Doors are open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day; from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Winter hours are Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Sunday from Noon - 4 p.m. Cottonwood Day Use Park (Lake Yankton Area) (402) 667-2546 1 A 9-hole disc golf course is located at Cottonwood Day Use Park. No entrance fee required, and scorecards available on the course. Bring your own discs. Cramer Kenyon Heritage Home & Dorothy Jencks Memorial Garden 509 Pine Street (605) 665-7470 www.cramer-kenyon.webs.com Completed in 1886, by the Secretary of the Dakota Territory, this stately home was built as the tallest Queen Anne home in the Dakota Territories. Unique features of the home include heavy double doors in the front entry, high coved ceilings, combination gas and electric chandeliers and replicated wallpaper in the parlors. The home remains in its original 1880s décor with oil paintings by Alice Bullfinch Cramer decorating the walls. Open for guided tours from Memorial Day through Labor Day, Wednesday - Sunday from 1 - 5 p.m. During the off season, the home is open by appointment. Suggested donation is $7 for adults and $3 for students under 12. Dakota Spirit 3 4th Street & Broadway Avenue Keep Yankton Beautiful presented this fountain to the City of Yankton in 2006. The fountain reconnects Yankton with its past of being called “The Fountain City”. This fountain fittingly called “Dakota Spirit” was sculpted out of one solid 18 ton block of South Dakota Granite from Milbank. South Dakota’s Benedictine College One of 2016’s “America’s Best Bang for the Buck Colleges.” Visit Campus Today Yankton, SD | (605) 668-1545 | mtmc.edu 14 – Yankton, South Dakota