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Sites & Attractions Jack McCall Historical Marker Free Intersection of Hwy. 81 & Hwy. 50 Being the first territorial capital of the Dakotas, Yankton hosted the trial and hanging of the notorious Jack McCall for the murder of Wild Bill Hickok. The trial began on Dec. 4, 1876 in a courtroom at what is now present day Third and Capital Streets. Two days later the jury found McCall guilty. McCall’s hanging took place on March 1, 1877 near the present day intersection of Highway 81 and Highway 50. The hanging is remembered by a historical plaque, which is located in the parking lot on the south end of the Human Services Center. Karttrax Family Fun Park (Go-Karts, Bumper Boats and Miniature Golf) 4908 W 8th Street (Intersection of West 8th Street and 436th Street, 3 miles West on Hwy. 52) (605) 665-1770 www.facebook.com/karttraxyankton Karttrax Family Fun Park provides hours of entertainment for the whole family with miniature golf, go-karts, bumper cars, bumper boats, two tracks, two seaters, kiddie go-karts, kiddie train, and concessions offering cotton candy, Snowie shaved ice and ice cream. Summer hours open 1-9 p.m. daily. Kayaking and Canoeing YKT_VisitorsGuide_18.pdf 1 1/11/2018 4:25:02 PM C M Y CM MY CY CMY • SUNDAY BRUNCH • INVITING BAR WITH HAPPY HOUR • SPECIALTY PASTAS • FRESH SEAFOOD & SALADS • DIVINE DESSERTS • CHAIRMAN’S RESERVE AGED BEEF HAND CUT DAIL Y • PRIVATE DINING AREAS • WARM WELCOME Lewis and Clark Lake, Lake Yankton and the Missouri National Recreational 1607 E Hwy 50 Yankton, SD 605-664-2244 minervas.net K Yankton, South Dakota – 19