Vivian, South Dakota is one of the many typical prairie towns in the western section of South Dakota. Vivian, SD was founded in the early 1900s when the railroad was coming through western South Dakota. Vivian was named after a wife of the Milwaukee Railroad Company.
Today, Vivian, SD is dissected between two major highways, Interstate 90 and Highway 83 into Pierre. The local residents are either farmers in the area or work in the State Capital, Pierre. Even though Vivian is very small there is a restaurant, truck stop and hunting lodge located here. Vivian also attracts the pheasant hunters every year too, along with the deer, antelope and prairie dog hunters.
Picture your next travel stop in Vivian South Dakota!