Trampoline park, boutiques offer new reasons to visit Harrisburg

This piece is presented by the Lincoln County Economic Development Association.

Harrisburg is on its way toward 6,000 residents — and recently welcomed several new businesses that likely will draw even more people to the growing community.

Here’s a look at several destinations you’ll find with a quick trip south of Sioux Falls.

You’ve likely never experienced anything quite like Air Madness. The new trampoline park on the north side of Harrisburg offers high-flying activities for all ages.

There’s a toddler area, a massive main trampoline, a battle beam, a Ninja warrior course – and much more.

“Air Madness is pretty special,” general manager Tyler Pederson said. “It’s a place kids can come and enjoy themselves and let loose and try a bunch of features they haven’t tried before.”

There’s also a parent lounge and several rooms for parties and special events.

Air Madness is at 310 W. Industrial Drive and open daily. Hours vary. For more information, click here.

Air Madness is adjacent to The Academy, a gym and indoor athletic practice center for baseball, basketball and other sports.

Carrie Ann’s Boutique is in the same building. Owner Carrie Bell opened the store earlier this year and focuses on trendy fashions for busy women.

“We focus on items that are quick and easy to put together an outfit, and we try to keep things at an affordable price point as well,” she said.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday.

Another new boutique, Glamour Defined, just opened in Harrisburg.

Located at 220 S. Cliff Ave., it’s owned by Katie Iverson. She began the boutique online, and it outgrew her home.

The store is about empowering women’s natural beauty, she said. It carries sizes small through 3XL.

It’s about “making women feel beautiful no matter what you’re wearing, whether you’re wearing a T-shirt or wearing a dress,” she said.

She specializes in classic pieces that will last many seasons.

Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Harrisburg also has an increasing number of dining options.

Pat Miller bought Fresh Horses Saloon in 2011. It opened in 2004 at 308 Willow St.

“The menu is kind of broad, for everybody,” Miller said. “We’ve got sandwiches, salads, wraps, steaks and burgers.”

Daily specials include a popular buy-one-get-one burger night Wednesday and prime rib Friday and Saturday.

The restaurant also hosts dart and pool leagues and has a patio for live music and special events.

People “like the look of it,” Miller said. “It kind of reminds them of the Black Hills. It’s very rustic, which is something that was done prior to me taking over, but we’ve expanded on it as much as we can, too.”

Hours are 11 to 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday.

Looking for more to do in Harrisburg?

Country Apple Orchard, 27249 SD Highway 115, will harvest into late October. Pumpkin Fest Oct. 7 and 8 includes pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, pony and train rides for kids, inflatables and a petting zoo.

Meadow Barn at Country Orchards hosts an open house every Wednesday. It features live music, local food and market vendors.

Trampoline park, boutiques offer new reasons to visit Harrisburg

From shopping to dining and entertainment, take a look at all there is to do in Harrisburg.

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