The Cheyenne River Reservation is a vast area where one can enjoy what seems like never-ending open spaces of rolling prairie. In between the areas of sprawling untouched nature, are rural towns where one can find small shops and places to eat.

Featured Communities:

Dupree

The community of Dupree is located on the west end of the Cheyenne River Reservation, along Hwy. 212. This western community plays host to numerous events each year, including the regional high school rodeo held the 2nd weekend in June, and the Pioneer Days Celebration held the second weekend in July.

Lakota Thrifty Mart
Dupree, SD 57623
605-365-5815

Ranch House Cafe
1215 Main Street
Dupree, SD  57623
605-365-5700

Eagle Butte

Eagle Butte, founded in 1910, serves as the headquarters for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Every year, the Tribe’s annual Fair and Powwow is held in Eagle Butte over Labor Day weekend, in September. Located along Hwy 212, in the central portion of the Reservation, the community boasts a variety of products and services for area consumers. The Eagle Butte Community Club puts on the Hometown Days celebration every July.
Dairy Queen
Hwy 212
Eagle Butte, SD 57625
605-964-1150

 

Eagle Stop / Taco John’s
Hwy 212
Eagle Butte, SD  57625
605-964-8146
Keya Cafe
101 E. Lincoln
Eagle Butte, SD  57625
605-964-8200

 

Lakota Thrifty Mart
Main Street
Eagle Butte, SD  57625
605-964-2944

Isabel

Founded in 1911, the town of Isabel is located in the northern portion of the Cheyenne River Reservation. In the early years, the railroad played an important role in the establishment of the community. Today, agriculture is the leading industry. Each year, the town hosts a celebration and rodeo the first weekend in August.
Sparky’s Bar & Grill
117 N. Main Street
Isabel, SD  57633
605-466-2131

Timber Lake

Timber Lake was founded in 1910 when the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation was opened to homesteading. Livestock and grain provide the base for the local economy, which also includes small manufacturing, recreation and home-based businesses. Timber Lake’s Days of 1910 Celebration is held annually the last full weekend in July.
Country Market
412 9th Street
Timber Lake, SD  57656
The Coop Cafe
901 Main Street
Timber Lake, SD  57656
605-865-3214