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WATERTOWN High Quality. Great Value.


Watertown CVB • Karen D. Witt, CHSP, Executive Director PO Box 225


Watertown • SD • 57201 605-753-0CVB • Fax: 605-753-0394


www.visitwatertownsd.comkaren@visitwatertownsd.com


Home of the Terry Redlin Art Center


Golf courses: 2 Area rooms: 825


Located on I-29 and US 212, Watertown, SD


Mileage:


Minneapolis, 200 Fargo, 140


Sioux Falls, 100 Omaha, 300


Airport: Watertown Municipal - direct daily flights to/from Minneapolis


Experience the Watertown Event Center! A beautiful, spacious, and easily accessible event center with the latest technology. The 32,000 sq. ft. facility includes a large ballroom accommodating 1,000 for banquets, over 1,200 theater-style, 16 separate meeting rooms, highly visible exhibit space/reception area, plus a beautiful state-of-the-art theater for seminars or entertainment with “the best” in lighting, sound and technology. Onsite food service and catering by the attached Minerva’s Restaurant. Accommodations at the attached Best Western Ramkota Inn, plus over 650 rooms within 2-3 minutes. Other additional small banquet and meeting facilities as well as large exhibit facilities are available in Watertown. No event too large or too small.


Special welcome receptions are available at our beautiful attractions, including the spectacular Terry Redlin Art Center, historical Goss Gallery and Opera House, Bramble Park Zoo, golf courses, lakes and more.


Located in northeast South Dakota along I-29 and US 212, close to Minnesota and North Dakota borders. Great location for tri-state meetings. Professional services and hospitality are our specialties. One-on-one planning assistance.


Notes:


YANKTON


Yankton CVB • Stephanie Moser 803 E 4th St • Yankton • SD • 57078 605-665-3636 • Fax: 605-665-7501


www.visityanktonsd.comstephanie@yanktonsd.com What A Discovery


Area rooms: 475+ Airport: Chan Gurney Municipal Airport


Hotel and conference center: Best Western Kelly Inn & Minerva’s Convention Center, 5,145 sq. ft.


Nestled along the Missouri River, Yankton is a great place to host your next convention as a great time is always in season. Rich in history, Yankton may be South Dakota’s most historic town that provides endless opportunities to those who visit. Take a walk on the Meridian Bridge (the longest walking bridge to span two states) or along the many trails that snake along the Missouri River and Lewis & Clark Lake. From sun and sand to recreation and waves, discover how Yankton can make your meeting perfect. Yankton has a variety of places to hold meetings and conferences of all sizes. With over 475 hotel rooms, a variety of restaurants and many sites/attractions; now is the perfect time to plan your next meeting in Yankton.


Attractions: Gavins Point Dam, Lewis & Clark Lake, Meridian Bridge, Missouri National Recreational River, National Field Archery Association Headquarters and Olympic Training Center, Yankton RiverWalk


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