Attractions

Local Attractions

Abbey of the Hills

Address: 46561 147th St. – Marvin, SD, 57251

Address 2: PO Box 38 – Marvin, SD, 57251

Phone: (605) 398-9200

Fax: (605) 398-9201

Email: abbey@abbeyofthehills.com

Website: http://www.abbeyofthehills.com/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/abbeyofthehills

The abbey is 2 miles South of Hwy 12, 13 miles West of Milbank.

Cold Springs Granite Quarry

Address: 14982 485th Ave. – Milbank, SD, 57252

Phone: (605) 432-9389

Website: http://www.coldspringgranite.com

Dakota Granite Quarry

Address: 14964 484th Ave.

Address 2: PO Box 1351 – Milbank, SD, 57252

Phone: (605) 432-5580

Website: http://www.dakotagranite.com

A quality manufacturer of granite monuments, cemetery headstones, family memorials, countertops and tile.

Grant County Historical Society Museums

Address: 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. – Milbank, SD, 57252

Phone: (605) 432-2351

Open Sundays 2-5pm Memorial Day- Labor Day. (Including those 2 days)  Or call for an appointment.

Lake Farley Park

Address: North on Hwy 15 – Milbank, SD, 57252

Lake Farley is one of Milbank’s most beautiful areas. This large park offers entertainment and fun for individuals of all ages. Several different playgrounds are available for children, as well as a swimming beach with two docks. Five picnic shelters across the park are accessible for relaxation, family picnics, or event gatherings. A path around the park is great for walking, jogging, or biking. Enjoy a game of basketball or volleyball near the beach area. Restrooms are available near the playground and beach. This manmade lake was named after an active community volunteer and councilman, John Stanley Farley. The lake and dam provided the needed source of water for operating the steam locomotives that fueled the railroad train. Take a chance to visit the Lake Farley Train Station near the beach area. We also have many other parks throughout the community. Find more about those here!

windmillMilbank Grist Mill

Address: 4th Avenue & Flynn Drive – Milbank, SD, 57252

Phone: (605) 432-6656

Built by English settler Henry Holland in 1884, the Milbank Grist Mill was completely reconstructed in 2009. This peace of history stands forty-four feet high and is fitted with four sails seven feet wide and thirty feet long. Tours and live demonstrations are available several times a year. A small museum with restrooms is available.

Milbank Visitor Center

Contact Name: Laura Kelly

Address: 1001 E. 4th Ave. – Milbank, SD, 57252

Chamber: (605) 432-6656

City Office: (605) 432-9575

Fax: (605) 432-6507

Email: eventdirector@milbanksd.com

Website: http://www.milbanksd.com

Houses the City Offices, Police Department, Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Corporation and Wildlife Conservation Officer office. The Visitor Center also has a museum. Open M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm or by appointment.