South Dakota: Dignity at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center


Dignity is a sculpture on the Missouri River bluffs above Chamberlain, South Dakota.  It's located at a rest area on Interstate 90, along with a Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.  The 50-foot-tall statue honors the cultures of the Lakota and Dakota people. 

Just behind Dignity is a 0.2 mile trail that leads to a scenic overlook.  Just look for the snakes sign (we did not see any snakes during our walk).  The trail is paved part of the way and then becomes a dirt trail.

The center commemorates the Lewis & Clark expedition as they voyaged through South Dakota. It features exhibits reconstructing the expedition journey, including a replica keelboat.