Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in South Dakota is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
If you're planning a visit to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, car hire is an essential for getting around. Whether you're planning to arrive at Rapid City Regional Airport, or perhaps in Sioux Falls or Sioux City, we have a convenient pick up and drop off location available for you.
We've made partnerships with airlines and tour operators to pass on the best possible prices to our customers. Alamo provides the most competitive car hire in South Dakota, with a wide selection of reliable, up-to-date vehicles available to collect from most major cities and airports. Our booking process is really easily so you won't have to hang around at the depot too long before you are able to head off on your adventure to explore South Dakota.
No trip to South Dakota is complete without a visit to Mount Rushmore, the work of Gutzon and Lincoln Borglum, found in the Black Hills in the south west of the state. With the faces of four presidents, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln, carved into the rock, it attracts over 2 million visitors each year, many of whom fly in to nearby Rapid City airport. Of course, the Black Hills, covered in pines, home to deer and elk populations and full of opportunities to go trout-fishing in its streams and rivers, are worth a visit in themselves and many tourists will want to stay on and explore the region further. The Jewel Cave National Monument is another prime tourist destination in the area.
South Dakota is divided into East River and West River, joined by the Interstate 90, the best route for getting from Rapid City in the west to Sioux Falls, the state's largest city, in the east. Downtown Sioux Falls puts on a SculptureWalk each summer as well as a number of music festivals and concerts, while the city's many parks are criss-crossed with trails to explore by bike or on foot in summer, or skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.