Original 1907 Chicago & Northwestern railroad depot

Midland Pioneer Museum

"Biggest Little Museum in the West"

   See early tractors and horse-drawn cultivators, a furnished prairie schoolhouse, an outfitted homestead shack and much more.  The Museum, located on Main Street, is open  by appointment. Call 605-843-2147. 

   Free Admission - Donations are appreciated.




City Park

   Midland’s beautiful park, located in the center of town, is a great place to relax.  For your enjoyment, the park is complete with water fountain, restrooms, playground equipment, flower beds, benches, covered eating area with electricity, sidewalk, and plenty of trees for shade.   There is plenty of room to run, including a baseball diamond.

   Community organizations serve supper every Friday night at 6:00 PM during the summer.  Check it out here.

Come and Enjoy!

Community Library


   You may choose from thousands of items including children’s books, videos, reference materials, original 1904 newspapers, a Summer Reading Program, and much more.

    Librarian, Karel Reiman, is currently available to help you  on Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00 to 5:00 PM.  Summer hours, from June through August are 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

    You may also visit Midland CommunityLibrary Online.



Hot Mineral Baths at The Stroppel Hotel

   Hundreds have found relief from arthritis, rheumatism, aches and pains in the mineral rich baths at the Stroppel Hotel. The natural temperature of the water ranges from 95 to 110 degrees. It's a tired bones paradise!

   Clients come from surrounding towns and states to benefit from the hot baths and treatments.  Call us at 605-843-2802  Take a look!


Midland Senior Citizens Center


     There are lots of things going on at the Senior Center, and visitors are always welcome.

          A 12:00 Noon Potluck is held on the third Friday of every  month, followed by the business meeting.   

         Members are welcome to use the center at any time. It is also available to others as a meeting place.  Donations are appreciated.

   For information or questions call Carol at 843-2537 or Robin at 843-2031.

Come and join in the fun!

Dakota Prairie Hunting LLC

   Dakota Prairie Hunting LLC is a family owned hunting operation offering abundant Chinese Ringneck Pheasant hunting in the heart of South Dakota. Our habitat has allowed numbers of wild birds to flourish, providing you a successful hunt with many memories. Please feel free to call us at 605-843-2270 or 605-280-0904.  Please view our website at www.dakotaprairiehunting.com

Don Ehlers - Donnie Ehlers - Rory Ehlers

Two Rivers Outfitters

         South Dakota hunting with Two Rivers Outfitters offers first class hunting all the way around.  Whether you are hunting Whitetail or Mule deer, Merriam turkeys, Ringneck pheasant, or Sharptail grouse, you will have the opportunity for the shot of a lifetime!

Check out our website at www.tworiversoutfitters.com

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