Events

April 24, 2009 to April 26, 2009

Platte Chamber Fishing Tournament

The fishing tournament begins with the Calcutta on Friday at the Platte Community Center at 7 p.m. A meal is provided and door prizes will be given away. ALL ENTRANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE THERE FOR THE RULES MEETING. Fishing on both days begins at 7 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m.

Admission: Yes
  General: $160 2-per team

www.plattesd.org
888-297-8175 - Laura Vanden Berge
Platte Area Chamber of Commerce
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September 12, 2009

Platte's Old Fashioned Saturday

City-wide rummage sales, bean bag toss tournament, car show, bingo, kids games, chili cook off, Crazy Days, 2-person relay games, food vendors and more. There is a registration cost to participate in the activities but no cost for the general public.

Admission: Yes
  General: for participants

www.plattesd.org
605-337-2275 - Laura Vanden Berge
888-297-8175
Platte Area Chamber of Commerce
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November 13, 2009 to November 14, 2009

Paralyzed Veterans of America Pheasant Hunt

Banquet at the Platte Community Building Friday at 7 p.m. Hunt all day on Saturday.

Admission: Free

WWW.plattesd.org
605-337-9603 - Laura Vanden Berge
Platte Area Chamber of Commerce
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November 28, 2009

Platte Area Seed Stock Pen Expo & Cattle Dog Trial

Cattle dog trials, bull and heifer pen expo, ag seminars, Cowboy Christmas craft and trade show, petting zoo, and sheep dog trials. This is the only cattle dog trial held in South Dakota and it takes place at the Yellow Rose Arena.

Admission: Free

www.plattesd.org
605-337-9603 - Laura Vanden Berge
Platte Area Chamber of Commerce

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Platte, South Dakota was settled in 1882 by a colony from Holland and named Platteafter the Platte Creek. Platte was situated at the end of the railroad line and became the center of a wide trade territory.

Today, Platte, South Dakota remains a trade center for the surrounding area with a wide main street with many active businesses. The residential area has large attractive homes, tree lined streets and is exceptionally neat. Platte will beckon you to stop, rest, do a little shopping, and eat at one of several restaurants.

Platte, South Dakota lies within a few miles of the Missouri River with many recreational parks available. The fishing and pheasant hunting in the Platte area is excellent. Platte is located on South Dakota Highway 44 which is a direct route into the Black Hills, Badlands National Park and Custer State Park area. Highway 44 is a favorite route of the motorcycle riders during the Sturgis Bike Rally week.

Picture your next travel stop in Platte, South Dakota!