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See & Do Cramer Kenyon Heritage Home & Dorothy Jencks Memorial Garden Completed in 1886 by the former Secretary of the Dakota Territory, this stately home was built as the tallest Queen Anne home in the Dakota Territory. The home remains in its original 1890s fashion with oil paintings by Alice Bullfinch Cramer, heavy double doors in the front entry, combination gas and electric chandeliers and replicated wallpaper in the parlors. Open for guided tours from Memorial Day through Labor Day, W-Sun. from 1 - 4 p.m. During the off season, the home is open by appointment. Suggested donation is $7/adult and $3/student under 12. 509 Pine Street | (605) 665-7470 www.cramer-kenyon.webs.com $ Crofton Lakeview Golf Course This scenic golf course is located on a bluff overlooking the panoramic Lewis and Clark Lake in Northeast Nebraska. Opened in 1989, the 9-hole regulation public course offers 3149 yards of golf with a par 36. The course rating is a 35.5 with a slope rating of 115. The course includes a practice green, bunker for sand practice, club house with full bar, cart rentals, and a pro shop. 55256 NE-121 Crofton, Nebraska (402) 388-4552 Dakota Spirit Fountain This stunning 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. The fountain appears to be made of many layers that represent all the different people who make up South Dakota’s past and present. 4th Street & Broadway Avenue $ Dakota Territorial Capitol Replica at Riverside Park This capitol replica symbolizes Yankton as being the first capitol of the Dakota Territory from 1861 to 1883. The replica is patterned after the original Dakota Territorial Capitol built in Yankton in 1862 and torn down in 1886. Visitors will want to view the quilt highlighting Yankton landmarks and the multiple displays of historic Yankton. For rental and viewing of the capitol, contact the Parks & Recreation Department. Intersection of Douglas Ave. & Levee St. | (605) 668-5231 $ Dakota Theatre Enjoy a production by all ages at the Lewis & Clark Theatre Company. This beautiful art deco style building was built in 1902 and has recently undergone many renovations: climate controls, state-of-the-art lights and sound system, new décor and much more! 328 Walnut Street | (605) 665-4711 www.lewisandclarktheatre.org Disc Golf Disc golfers of all abilities and ages will find Yankton is a hot spot for course variety! Players can play the 18-hole course at Fantle Memorial Park, (visit www.cityofyankton.org to Call or Stop By For All Your Heating and Cooling Needs! 2018 Broadway, Yankton 605-665-4348 M-F 8am-5pm Saturday 8am-Noon We Stock Filters Brad Haas www.VisitYanktonSD.com | Yankton Visitors Guide | 11