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Sites & Attractions Riding will also be featured this year in their new location at Paddlewheel Point. For more information call (605) 665-1657 or visit www.riverboatdays.com Free Yankton RiverWalk Historic Downtown Yankton & Riverside Park (605) 665-6655 www.facebook.com/yanktonriverwalk RiverWalk brings outdoor art to the streets and parks of downtown Yankton. Volunteers of the non-profit work with artists and civic leaders to install and exhibit sculptures for the entire community to enjoy. Watch as a permanent collection is installed at the Meridian Bridge plaza this spring and summer. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Free 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 into one of the most popular recreation destinations in the region. The Corps of Engineers offers a wide variety of recreational activities including camping, fishing, hiking, swimming and picnicking. With two campgrounds, boating access to Lake Yankton and the Missouri River, day-use areas with a beach and playgrounds and rentable picnic shelters, the Corps of Engineers areas downstream of Gavins Point Dam are popular with recreation enthusiasts from throughout the Great Plains! Welcome to Yankton! The staff at the Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home & Crematory can attest to the attraction of our beautiful city. Wherever your travels are taking you, when you come to Yankton it feels like coming home. Guiding and serving families with compassion and trust. Funeral Home & Crematory, Yankton Memorial Resource Center, Tyndall Memorial Chapels, Tabor, Menno & Tyndall 665-9679 | 1-800-495-9679 www.opsahl-kostelfuneralhome.com Yankton, South Dakota – 29