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Art Contest: Prairie Dogs in Siouxland

Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center and Betty Strong Encounter Center

March 25 @ 1:00 pm - May 1 @ 5:00 pm

Art Contest: “Prairie Dogs in Siouxland”
Participants may use their creativity to color and embellish a prairie dog picture. Participants may choose to decorate their prairie dog with zig zags or even color them to look like one of the Captains in uniform—anything is possible! A template of a prairie dog will be provide, or participants may free draw an image of a prairie dog themselves. Feel free to add extra details to the critter and background.
Called many different names in the journals—“pitite chien,” “burrowing squirrel,” “barking squirrel”—the men from the Corps of Discovery caught their first prairie dog on Sept. 7, 1804, near present-day Lynch, Nebraska. The curious little animal fascinated the Corps. The Captains described the prairie dogs appearance and complex habitat of tunnels in their journals. In the spring of 1805, they sent a live prairie dog to Washington City, a route of over 4,000 miles!
Contest Rules:
•Each design must be original and be submitted on 8.5-by 11-inch paper or scanned and sent by e-mail (see file requirements below, for entries submitted electronically.)
•Please complete and return the submission form containing the artist’s name, age, grade, school, city, state and contact information.
•Enter in one of three age categories: preschool through first grade; second and third grade; fourth and sixth grade.
•One winner will be selected from each of the three categories. Winners will receive $50.
•All entries must be submitted by May 1.
How to Submit:
•Send entries to: “Road Trip with Lewis & Clark,” Sioux City Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, 900 Larsen Park Road, Sioux City, Iowa 51103.
•Electronic entries (minimum JPEG resolution of 1275 x 1650 pixels and minimum 200K file) can be submitted to:
•All entries become the property of the Sioux City Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center and will be displayed at the Center.
•Questions call: 712-224-5242, or email:


March 25 @ 1:00 pm May 1 @ 5:00 pm
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Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve

Spanning 1,500 acres along the Missouri River, this area was donated to the people of South Dakota in 1984 by Mary and Maud Adams, granddaughters of original homesteader Stephen Searls Adams. They envisioned the area as a place where people, particularly youth, could enjoy the land and learn more about the natural world surrounding them. Mary and Maud wanted to give others a “place for inner renewal.”

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve features close to 10 miles of limestone trails that wind through prairie, forest and along the riverbank. With over 100 species of birds, a variety of native plants and a number of different animals, visitors are immersed in nature.

Restored historical buildings include: Lamont Country School, Sha/Adams House, Stavenger Lutheran Church and Brusseau Cabin. Tours of the buildings are available through reservation.

Welcome Center Hours:

9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

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Anderson Dance Pavillion

Larsen Park Rd. on the riverfront. Reservations Call 712-279-6111. The Pavilion has a covered dance floor and raised bank area. The site of many summer events including Artsplash and The Big Parade. Enjoyed year-round, it is part of the extensive trail system running throughout the city.

Beano & Sherry's Casino

Enjoy your stay at Beano & Sherry’s Casinos!
We are the premier Siouxland casino, located in North Sioux City. Try your luck in one of our ten different casinos featuring one hundred video lottery slot machines with the latest and greatest games.
While you are here, enjoy a cocktail from our full service bar and tempt your taste buds with our delicious food entrees from our restaurant featuring our down-home friendly and Western hospitality.  

Beano & Sherry’s Casinos has been voted in the Top Three Places to Gamble in Siouxland for the last 13 years running!  With everything you need right here under one roof, why go anywhere else? 

Briar Cliff University

Offering a liberal arts education with solid career preparation, over 40 acres of study including pre-professional programs set in a beautiful, secure, hilltop campus.

Casino Monaco

40 of the hottest machines in town. Thousands and thousands paid out daily. Monaco has excellent, friendly customer service. Where you can enjoy yourself in a clean quiet atmosphere. We offer a wide assortment of drinks. Domestics are $1.00 a bottle and imports are $1.50 a bottle. Also a wide selection of wines to choose from. Chardonnay, Merlot, White Zinfandel, and many more. Play and WIN at Casino Monaco. Located on the strip in North Sioux City. Open 7am to 2am daily.


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Cone Park

Cone Park offers family fun all year round! Located near the Lewis & Clark ball park, Cone Park offers a tubing hill, ice skating rink, an outdoor fire pit, and day lodge for warming, rentals, and concessions during the winter. During the non-winter months, the lodge is used as a rental facility and the ice skating rink is converted to a free public splash pad. A 2-mile trail loop is also available connecting with Sertoma Park to the east.


Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Hike the Loess Hills prairie and woodlands, meet a live bird of prey, enroll in a nature education program, play at the Discovery Forest Nature Playscape!
Surrounded by over 1,000 acres of woodlands and loess hills prairies, the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center is the perfect setting for outdoor learning. Hands-on exhibits engage visitors in learning about the plants and animals of the Loess Hills and three miles of trails give them a chance to explore our natural habitats. People from all over the country (and world!) visit this Nature Center to learn, appreciate and revel in our natural world.
Visitors can view our Raptor House and see live birds of prey. The Discovery Forest Nature Playscape is a safe way for youngsters (and adults) to explore nature in a safe and fun manner.
This award-winning facility showcases the Loess Hills and provides opportunity for public recreation, education and stewardship. Classes, special events and meetings are held in the two 60-seat classrooms. The facility is handicap accessible. Three miles of hiking trails offer spectacular views and connect with other park trails. An outdoor amphitheater and 1/4 mile accessible trail also available.
Nature Center hours Tue-Sat 9-5 Closed Sundays and Mondays.
Outdoor area are pet friendly and open year round.
Fourth Street Historic District

The Fourth Street Historic District is a historic district in Sioux City, Iowa, United States. It consists of a concentration of fifteen late-nineteenth-century commercial buildings between Virginia and Iowa Streets that date from 1889 to approximately 1915. Many of the buildings are significant for their elaborate Romanesque Revival architecture. The area is now a local center of restaurants, bars, and specialty shops.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City is a fully integrated gaming resort offering over 835 slot machines and a wide variety of table games. The property also includes a 54-room Hard Rock Hotel, the world-famous Rock Shop, a live-entertainment venue, an outdoor event park, the World Tour Buffet, Main + Abbey restaurant, and multiple other food and beverage options. This one-of-a-kind site located in the historic downtown district delivers full throttle entertainment in every form!

IBF Batting Cages

On Saturdays from 9 am-12 pm all non-residents or non-members can use the IBF for $20/hour per lane.

The IBF features 4 batting lanes and 2 pitching lanes.

IBP Ice Center

The IBP Ice Center hosts youth and adult hockey practices & tournaments, and is available for open skate and private rentals.

Lakeport Commons Shopping Center

Lakeport Commons offers convenient shops all in one location! Featuring retailers and restaurants such as Kohl’s, Old Navy, Olive Garden, Red Robin, PetSmart, Staples, 5 Below, Starbucks Coffee, Michael’s Arts & Crafts and More!

Lamb Theatre

For over 20 years LAMB productions have provided the highest-quality live theatre presentations including dramas, comedy and musicals, Running Sept – May. LAMB School of Theatre and Music offers a wide range of courses of babies through adults.

Latham Park
Latham Park is an escape from our busy lives. We invite you to take a walk through our gardens and experience the relaxation that you can only get here.
Parks grounds comprised a total of just over .94 acres includes a prairie style farm home on grounds. Under the terms of Clara’s will, the property reverted to a trust, now managed by Security National Bank of Sioux City. The Trustee was charged with the perpetual maintenance of the house and grounds for the use of, and enjoyment by, the general public. The grounds, with their appurtenant decorative structures, are the site of frequent weddings, picnics, church services, reunions and photo shoots. But most often, the Park simply provides a setting for individuals to enjoy its quiet beauty.
LaunchPAD Children's Museum

LaunchPAD is an immersive learning environment for children ages
6 months to 10 years. Hands-on exhibits emphasize STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
principles and reflect the history and heritage of the Sioux City region.

623 Pearl Street
Sioux City, IA 51101

T 712-224-2542

Monday – 9 am – 5 pm
Tuesday – 9 am – 5 pm
Wednesday – 9 am – 5 pm
Thursday – 9 am – 8 pm
Friday – 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday – 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday – 9 am – 5 pm

Closed: Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center & the Betty Strong Encounter Center
We explore encounters with the people, land and rivers of this region before, during and after the Lewis & Clark Expedition by interactive exhibits, activities and programs. Our builder and sustainer is the Missouri River Historical Development (MRHD).
The center focuses on a day in the life of the explorers as they traveled through what is now the Sioux City area. History comes to life in exhibits that use dozens of interactive devices. A bookstore offers books and gifts for all ages. The grounds feature a 30×50 ft. U.S. flag, a 14ft. sculpture of Lewis, Clark and their dog, Seaman.
Summer hours: 9am-6pm daily.
Winter hours: 9-5    Tues- Sat    1-5 pm Sun      Closed Mondays.
McCook Lake
McCook Lake is a natural oxbow lake found in Union County, South Dakota, United States, about one mile north of North Sioux City. It was formed from a “cutoff” of the Missouri River. The lake is named for General John Cook, who commanded a company of soldiers stationed there in 1862–63 following the Dakota War of 1862. When or why the “Mc” was added is unknown. Most residents are located on the north side of the lake, while land around the south side is used for farming. The Izaac Walton League, an environmental organization active in lake issues, has a clubhouse located on the lake and owns most of the southern shore.
The lake’s level is supported by pumping water from the Missouri River through a 24-inch pipe at the southwest end, transported over 1½ miles, which costs about $1,000 a week. Locks were installed by the WPA at each end of the lake in the 1930s to allow for control of the lake’s level during the Missouri’s high-flow periods, but because they no longer occur, these are no longer in use. The lake level has been maintained via the pump and a well since the 1970s. In the 1950s, Missouri River flooding deposited large amounts of silt in the lake.A restoration project began in 1991, when the lake’s average depth was 2–4 feet, to remove accumulated sediment (mostly clay and fine sand) of about 1700000cuyd from the lake’s bottom. Noting increased temperatures in the shallow lake and dense aquatic vegetation, the EPA’s total maximum daily load analysis said: “The lake mimicked a prairie slough more than a lake.” The dredging project’s goal was to increase the average lake depth by 4.5 feet, with the aim of encouraging fish propagation in the lake and boosting its recreational use. As the project continued, more sediment was removed than originally anticipated. From 1991-1998, about 2248000cuyd was removed, or 132 percent of the original estimate. Dredging was to continue through the year 2000. In 1999, local reports said the average lake depth had increased to 11 feet with the maximum depth at 15 feet. A 2011 fishing survey put measurements of its average depth at 6 feet with a maximum depth of 14 feet.
MidAmerica Museum of Aviation and Transportation

Take a step back into history and encounter unique artifacts and exhibits that help tell the exciting story of aviation and transportation in our lives. Explore a wide variety of displays and exhibits of full size aircraft and surface transportation from bicycles to vintage automobiles, a fire engine, and even a Boeing 727-200! The Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation preserves and celebrates the rich aviation and transportation history of the Sioux City area. Spend an hour…spend a whole day… the entire family will find something fascinating, entertaining, unique or educational at the Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation!

The museum opened in mid-2010 near the Sioux City Airport and Colonel Bud Day Field. The museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit aviation and transportation history. The museum hours are as follows:

Monday – Saturday 10 – 4 (closed on Wednesdays) and Sunday are 12 – 4 (April to September).

Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday only 10 – 4 (October to March).

Morningside University

Morningside University is a private, four-year college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Our beautiful 69-acre campus is located in a safe, residential area in Sioux City, Iowa. Morningside serves around 1,400 professional adult students through its online bachelor’s completion, post-baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral programs, and about 1,200 undergraduate students live and learn on campus through Morningside’s traditional undergraduate programs. Morningside’s close-knit campus community makes it an ideal place for both in-person and online learners to be supported and successful, and Morningside’s nimble nature provides students with unique learning opportunities and the ability to build learning and experiences that fit individual goals and interests.

Orpheum Theatre

The Orpheum Theatre was re-opened in September, 2001. This historic venue has hosted worldwide talent such as B.B. King, Bob Dylan, Jerry Seinfeld, James Taylor, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Chicago, and Symphony & Broadway performances.

Promenade Cinema

On 4th Street, adjacent to Historic 4th Street and the Convention Center.

The cinema features 14 screens, stadium seating and state of the art projection and sound.

Concessions include more than the usual soda and popcorn.

Sergeant Bluff Parks & Recreation
The Sergeant Bluff Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of facilities and activities for your enjoyment.
These facilities include several community parks, a sports complex with baseball and softball fields, an indoor batting facility, an outdoor municipal pool and the Sergeant Bluff Community Center.
Additionally, the City offers many leisure activities through the Recreation Department at the Sergeant Bluff Community Center.
Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center

On the riverfront . Exit 149 from I-29, Hamilton Blvd. Board the M.V. Sergeant Floyd and begin a journey into the region’s maritime history. Built in 1932 as an inspection boat by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center chronicles the Missouri River’s development as a major shipping route and the key to Sioux City’s success in the early years of its founding. Discover exhibitions in the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the fur trade, Sioux City’s, evolution as a transportation hub and those rivercraft which still ply the waters of the Missouri river. The center provides travel planning for the tri-state region. The Galley Gift Shop features Sioux City souvenirs. Open daily 9am – 5pm.

Sioux City Art Center

Free…Fun…and Fabulous! Come and visit – our exhibits are free to the public. Let the kids explore the Hands-On! Gallery or take an art class.

Named “2002 Tourism Attraction of the Year” by the Iowa Division of Tourism and Travel, the Sioux City Art Center houses a three- story glass atrium and five galleries to showcase traveling and permanent collection exhibitions.

Sioux City Bandits Indoor Football
Bandits indoor football is fast-paced, high-energy, family-friendly fun with personality. Get tickets at the Tyson Event Center and check it out!
It is the policy of the Sioux City Bandits to ban all DSLR/long lens photography in the stadium on game day without prior written authorization from the Bandits organization. Anyone requesting authorization can email at least one week before game day.
Sioux City Community Theater

Sioux City Community Theatre enhances quality of life by providing opportunities for accessible and lifelong education, volunteerism and entertainment in the performing arts for people of all ages. The community theater has 8 main stage productions per season.

Sioux City Convention Center
Why host your event in Sioux City, Iowa?
56,000 square feet of flexible event space-Customized culinary menu options prepared by our executive chef-Professional event staff committed to providing attentive, engaging services and hosting options.

The Sioux City Convention Center is the site of many events throughout the year from large conventions, to small meetings, to banquets and wedding receptions. It is also the site of popular public shows; sport and home shows, craft fairs and more.

Sioux City Explorers Baseball

Sioux City Explorers baseball has become a summertime tradition. In ten years, the Explorers have posted seven winning seasons, made three playoff trips and owned the best overall record in the league. They play 45 home games at the beautiful Lewis and Clark Park. Discounts for groups of 20 or more.

Box Office Game Day Hours: Sunday – Saturday: 9:00am – 8:30pm
Box Office Non-Game Day Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday & Sunday Closed
Sioux City Farmers Market

The Sioux City Farmers Market is available for 6 months out of the year, normally from May – October.  In 2015, the dates are May 6 – October 31.  The Farmers Market is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 am until 1 pm in the west parking lots of the Tyson Events Center, located at 401 Gordon Drive.  Off of I-29, take exits 148 or 149.

All products are grown, made, bred or manufactured by small businesses within a 100 mile radius of Sioux City. Products include locally raised fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, bedding plants, fresh and dried flowers along with locally made breads, baked goods, pies, frozen and canned foods, roasted coffee, crafts, jewelry, clothing, wine and other surprises. Join us for a fresh-made breakfast, great entertainment, and friends.


Sioux City Municipal Band

The Sioux City Municipal Band performs every Sunday at 7:30 pm throughout the months of June and July at the Grandview Park Bandshell. Concerts are FREE! Click the link for more info on the Historic Grandview Bandshell grandview_parks_historic_band_shell


Sioux City Musketeers Hockey

Mention hockey in Siouxland and you’re talking about Sioux City Musketeers, one of the strongest franchises on the United States Hockey League since the developmental junior league was reorganized in 1980. 3 time Clark Cup Champions (1982, 1986, 2002) and 3x Anderson Cup Champions (1982, 1986, 2017). Home games are played at the Tyson Events Center. Season and general ticket info available through the Musketeers office.

Sioux City Public Museum

Located in the heart of downtown Sioux City, the Sioux City Public Museum features large, colorful exhibits, interactive displays, and much more. Admission is free. Visitors will discover the Spirit of Sioux City through a lively 12-minute orientation film in the ornate corn palace theatre. A variety of hands-on experiences are available including the award-winning Innovation and The Big Dig, which replicates an active fossil dig site.


Tuesday – Saturday

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


1:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Closed on major holidays

Sioux City Railroad Museum
Sioux City Railroad Museum: Watch History Come to Life in Sioux City, Iowa
Something magical happens when you arrive. You’re standing where the Sioux City Engine Terminal and Car Repair Shops of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railway once served as an industrious railroad hub, with lines radiating out of Sioux City in all directions. 
In its heyday – the 1920s and 1930s – the Milwaukee Railroad Shops complex was the 10th largest railroad center in the nation.
As you walk around the nearly 32-acre site – now the Milwaukee Railroad Shops Historic District and home to the Sioux City Railroad Museum – you feel that rich history come to life. You ride the tracks, touch the locomotives, view iconic landmarks, and imagine what life was like for the railroad workers who spent their days keeping the trains running.
You’re visiting a railroad museum steeped in more than 100 years of history.
But it’s more than a museum. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget.
Open March 2nd through December 18th 2021

Mondays and Major Holidays – Closed
Tues – Sat      10:00 am – 4 pm
 Sunday          Noon – 4pm
Adults: $10
Under 18: $8
Group Pass for Groups up to 4: $20
Museum Members and Active Duty Military: Free
Sioux City Symphony Orchestra

Each year the symphony presents a 7-concert classical and pops series, a 3-concert family series, and a wide variety of educational programming throughout the region. The Sioux City Symphony Orchestra calls the historic Orpheum Theatre its home.

The Sioux City Symphony Orchestra is committed to changing lives through musical excellence for the diverse communities we serve and beyond through innovative performances, educational programs and culturally inclusive outreach.
The Sioux City Symphony Orchestra will become one of the most relevant and accessible regional orchestras in America. We will secure the reputation as a prominent leader in the arts by sharing our vision and advancing our mission by:
– pursuing the highest level of artistic excellence, on and off the stage
– reaffirming our position as a dynamic leader in music education through outreach and engagement within our community
– honoring our commitment to new music in America through performance, commissioning, and education
– promoting our musicians and world-class artists, creating innovative programs, and requiring responsible leadership within our organization
– devotion to being a pioneer in the world of concert presentation
– committing to diversity and inclusion within our organization and the communities we serve
– maintaining a well-diversified and solid financial foundation
– upholding the highest level of ethical standards throughout the entire organization
Siouxland Expo Center

The Siouxland Expo Center boasts over 100,000 square feet of versatile exhibit space. We serve as Siouxland’s ideal location to host public exhibitions, trade shows, home and garden shows with up to 400 vendor booths, 4H, farm and tractor shows, and large community events. With banquet space of up 2,900 in the arena and 240 guests in our banquet room, we are sure to accommodate all event capacities. Our venue’s location, directly off Interstate I-29, provides high visibility to our facility. The arena allows for turf to be rolled out to accommodate a full-size soccer or football field. The turf can also be used for many other indoor activities, such as baseball/softball, band, dance, etc. A concession area and locker rooms are also located in the facility. Let our professional on-site event planners manage all the details of your event, while you sit back and enjoy your day.

Skyline Bar & Casino
Skyline Bar & Casino’s casino offers you the chance to win big in North Sioux City. Skyline Bar & Casino also offers a wide selection of well-crafted drinks for you to choose from and some of the best bar snacks on this side of the tracks.
On Sept. 23, 1983, Joe & Joanie Christiansen took over the Skyline Bar, purchasing it from Sally & Wally Hart. Joe said to Joanie, “We’ll build up the business and in two years, we’ll sell.” And Joanie said OK. Two years later, things were going better than they expected, so Joe said to Joanie, “In five years, we’ll sell.” And Joanie said OK.
When the fifth year arrived, things were even better, and besides that, they were having fun. Joe didn’t say anything. And that was OK. Being spouses in business together can be challenging, but they endured for 21 years, 11 months, until Joe lost his battle with esophageal cancer in August of 2004. Now Joanie is joined in the business with her daughter, Janelle Hutton. Along with a great staff, they continue to set the pace for what a friendly neighborhood bar should be.
Southern Hills Mall
Great Shopping, Movies and More…You want it? We’ve got it! For mall hours, visit our website at
Southern Hills Mall is Siouxland’s premier shopping destination with more than 100 stores! We’re conveniently located off I-29 next to Hwy 20 east. Visit your favorite specialty shops like Buckle, Bath & Body Works, and Victoria’s Secret, plus department stores (Barnes & Noble, jcpenney, and Scheels All Sports). Grab a bite to eat and see a movie at AMC Theatres, all within a climate-controlled indoor mall. When you’re in the mood to shop the sales, meet for lunch, get inspired, or escape from it all — we’re the place to be.
Stone State Park

Stone State Park is a state park of Iowa, located in the bluffs and ravines adjacent to the Big Sioux River. The park consists of 1,069 acre in Woodbury and Plymouth Counties near Sioux City, and overlooks the South Dakota-Iowa border. Stone Park is near the northernmost extent of the Loess Hills, and is at the transition from clay bluffs and prairie to sedimentary rock hills and bur oak forest along the Iowa side of the Big Sioux River. A variety of prairie plants can be found on the steep slopes and ridges, including yucca, penstemon, rough blazing star, silky aster, and pasque flower. Wild turkey, white-tailed deer, coyote, and red fox are found in the park. Birdlife includes the turkey vulture, barred owl, rufous-sided (eastern) towhee, and the ovenbird. Exposed bedrock in the park is composed of lignite, shale, sandstone, and limestone, and dates to the Cretaceous period; it is rich in marine fossils. The park contains many miles of hiking and equestrian trails, and is a popular destination for day visitors, overnight campers, mountain bike enthusiasts, and picnickers.

The park is open year-round from 4 am-10:30 pm. The park roads are closed during the winter season. Cabins, camping, and lodge rental information available on the Park’s website,

Sugar Daddy's Sports Bar and Grill
Home of the Big Daddy Burger!!! If you’re looking for a great place with a fun atmosphere, ice cold beer served in a frozen schooner, and delicious food, then Sugar Daddy’s is the place for you!!
The Glass Palace
Serves breakfast all day.
Home cooked meals.
Full salad bar
Buffet Friday nights and Sunday mornings.
Beer and wine.
Homemade pies.


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Trinity Heights

The 33′ stainless steel statue of Jesus is the centerpiece of the Outdoor Cathedral. 53 acres offer a beautiful setting for the 30′ stainless steel statue of Mary, the Trinity gardens and Circle of Life memorial to the Unborn, the St. Joseph Center Museum features a life-size wood carving of the Last Supper. Grounds are open 9 am – 9 pm daily. The St. Joseph Center is open from 10 am until 8 pm Monday thru Saturday and 12 pm  -8 pm on Sunday.

And if you haven’t been to Trinity Heights in a while, the St Joseph Center has undergone a complete renovation in the last year and the life sized wood carving of the Last Supper by Jerry Traufler, has been re-stained and re-varnished and looks like new. It is truly non-denominational and is one of only 4 in the world! Located right here in Sioux City it is a treasure everyone should come to see. We have visitors from all over the United States and various countries around the world that come to see this amazing work of art.

Triple Crown Casino
The Triple Crown Casino is a clean, quiet, fun place for your entertainment. Come check us out today!
At the Triple Crown Casino we have two sides of our Casino. First is the Video Lottery side. Where you can play games like Keno, Poker, or Lines games. We have a variety of machines to play on, so come in and try one out today! The second side is our Off Track Betting side. This is where you can wager on both Horse and Dog races daily. This is the only place in the Sioux City area where this is available. We can’t wait to see you!


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Tyson Events Center

The 10,000 seat events center is the home of the Sioux City Musketeers Hockey team, Sioux City Bandits Indoor Football team and also hosts many concerts, family productions and sporting events throughout the year. It hosts the NAIA Women’s Volleyball National Championship in April, and the NAIA Women’s Basketball National Championship in March.


United Flight 232 Memorial

On the riverfront, near the Anderson Dance Pavilion. Commemorating the heroic rescue efforts shown by the Sioux City community after the crash of United Flight 232 in 1989, the statue depicts Colonel Dennis Nielson carrying a child to safety.

United Sports Academy

Siouxland’s premier club owned athletic training and competition facility.

The United Sports Academy is a 56,000 square foot multi-sport training and competition space featuring:

  • 20,000 square foot turf area
  • 3 batting cages
  • 4 college basketball courts
  • 4 college volleyball courts
  • 8 youth basketball courts
  • 8 youth volleyball courts
  • 4 pickleball courts
  • THRIVE Fitness, a health club that offers fitness classes and programs

The United Sports Academy is located inside the CNOS Fieldhouse, which also is home to V.I.P. Gymnastics, Pella Windows and Doors, Connelly Development, THRIVE Fitness and other businesses.

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VIP Gaming Lounge - North Sioux City

Welcome to the North Sioux City VIP Gaming Lounge located on the strip in North Sioux City, SD. Step into the upscale, clean, comfort of our non-smoking room, or if you prefer, you can play on the other side in our smoking room. Our machines are some of the hottest around, and we payout thousands and thousands every day. VIP Gaming Lounge has the newest progressive and 777 games including Keno & Poker games. Play favorites like Buffalo & Precious Pearl. VIP Gaming Lounge has much higher payouts than many other casinos in the region!

If you had your choice of the same job at 2 places – one which paid much more & one which paid less – which one would you take? VIP Gaming Lounge has the highest & maximum payouts allowed!


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Woodbury County Courthouse

The Woodbury County Courthouse is located at 620 Douglas Street in Sioux City, the county seat of Woodbury County, Iowa. It is regarded as “one of the finest Prairie School buildings in the United States” and has been declared a National Historic Landmark for its architecture. It is used for legal proceedings in the county.First courthouseThough Sioux City was made the county seat in 1858, the first permanent Woodbury County courthouse was not finished until 1878. It was designed by Des Moines architect William L. Foster and built by brothers Charles E. Hedges and Daniel T. Hedges for $75,000.Second courthouseIn 1914, the county determined that the courthouse was too small for the city and they decided to build a new one.

The old courthouse was sold and the new one, designed by the Minneapolis architect George Grant Elmslie in collaboration with the Sioux City architect William L. Steele and Elmslie’s partner, William Gray Purcell, was constructed from July 10, 1916 to March 1, 1918 at a cost of $850,000. This building is the current courthouse, located at the southeast corner of Douglas and Seventh Streets. It is a nearly square four story structure, built out of Roman brick, with granite and terra cotta trim elements. It has a 157ft eight-story tower, and features sculptural work by Alfonso Iannelli over its doors. The northern entrance features metal grillwork designed by Elmslie. The interior floors are marble, and the central rotunda features a glass mosaic drinking fountain in one wall. The interior murals were painted by John Norton of Chicago.

Zort's Prime Time

Zort’s Prime Time is a locally owned Casino, Restaurant and Bar in North Sioux City.

Featuring Zort’s Famous CAB Prime Rib and Smoking Hot Slots!


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