Brandon, South Dakota is one of the fastest growing cities in the state, with a population of 5,500 people. The close proximity to Sioux Falls and easy access to Interstate 90 makes this a desirable community for families.
The Village of Brandon was platted in 1878 on land near the Worthington and Sioux Falls Railroad. Named for a settlement in Vermont that was burned by Indians in 1777, the town has grown steadily over the past 125 years and was incorporated as a city in 1973. The easy on and off access to Interstate 90 is one factor that has seen Brandon, South Dakota grow from a quite little village to a bustling town today.
Brandon, South Dakota has convenience stores and gas, locally owned restaurant and bar, campsites and lodging for the traveler looking for a travel stop along South Dakota's Interstate 90.
Picture your next travel stop in Brandon, South Dakota!
Brandon Valley Area
Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 182
Brandon, SD 57005