Mahto, South Dakota is a small village on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. The name Mahto is derived from the Indian word meaning bear.
The Standing Rock Indian Reservation covers the eastern half of Corson County. From Highway 12, the Native American farmland can be seen, but approximately 320,000 acres of Indian-owned land are rented to white ranchers and farmers.
Mahto, SD sits in the midst of the vast South Dakota pairie land and if you look closely you may see American buffalo herds roaming the prairie land.
Picture your next travel stop in Mahto, South Dakota!