You'll experience a truly one-of-a-kind stay in a converted 19' grain bin, nestled within a picturesque 300-acre corn farm and adjacent to a vineyard and winery.

This cozy air-conditioned retreat in Fayette, Iowa, features a loft with two full-size beds, a private bathroom with a spacious shower, and even a kitchenette for meal prep. Wi-Fi is available but could be spotty because of the metal structure.

Outside, enjoy your private oasis with a gas grill, a picnic table for al fresco dining, 4 Adirondack chairs, and a fire pit for cozy evenings under the stars.

You are welcome to explore the surrounding area and wander through the scenic vineyard and timberland. Visit the on-site winery which is open Wednesday through Saturday from noon to sunset and Sunday from noon to 5 PM.

The winery features over 110 Iowa wines and also craft beers. Iowa-created art and gifts are available too.

When you're searching for other activities to keep you busy, you don't have to look very far. The nearby Volga Lake State Recreation Area offers canoeing and kayaking, fishing, and miles of hiking and equestrian trails.

You'll be able to immerse yourself in the tranquility of rural Iowa while enjoying all the modern comforts in this unforgettable place.

And you can even bring your favorite four-footed furry Fido with you. Yup, they even allow you to bring a pup along for the fun - for an additional fee.

For more information see Authentic Grain Bin Airbnb.

Haunted Locations and Scary Legends Around Sioux Falls

Halloween is steeped in scary traditions. Trick-or-Treating, frightening costumes, local actors in "haunted" houses, and the pitch-black darkness of area corn mazes.

However, if we set out to find the real haunted areas what would we find? Over the last 30 years that I have lived in Sioux Falls, a few locations still gain attention as being haunted.

And yes, a handful of thrill-seeking people will show up on our favorite eerie night for what could be a viral video moment or experience a misty phantom first-hand.
Let's take a little tour of the more famous hauntings around Sioux Falls. Turn on the lights and cue the Cowardly Lion: "I do believe in spooks, I do believe in spooks..."

Gallery Credit: Danny V

The 10 Largest Occupations in South Dakota

Where do people in South Dakota work?

If you were a South Dakotan a hundred years ago, chances are you had a job related to farming or ranching. If you weren't doing the farming, you were selling things to the farmers, fixing things for the farmers, or buying things from the farmers.

In the 2020s, things are very different.

Most of us in the SD work in health care or the service industry in one way or another. In fact, there are more nurses in South Dakota than the entire population of the state capital, Pierre.

Today far more people work at a store or restaurant than have probably ever even been on a farm. Time passes and things change, always. Fifty years from now who knows what jobs South Dakotans will be doing

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, these are the top 10 largest occupations in South Dakota (as of 2022).

Gallery Credit: Ben Kuhns

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