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Lincoln County in South Dakota is the third largest county in the state. Believe it or not, the county was named after the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. For statistical purposes, Lincoln County is included in the Sioux Falls metropolitan area.
Canton, SD holds the seat in Lincoln County. The adjacent county to the north is Minnehaha County, which is the largest city in South Dakota. to the north. To the south, you will run into Union County. Next to the southwest is Clay County with Turner County to the west. Adjacent counties in other states are Lyon County in Iowa and Sioux County in Iowa.
Some popular recreation areas in Lincoln County are Lake Alvin and Newton Hills State Park. Lake Alvin sits between Harrisburg, South Dakota and Granite, Iowa. Lake Alvin in Lincoln County is considered an artificial lake created by a dam on Nine Mile Creek, entering the Big Sioux River. Over the years, Lake Alvin in Lincoln County has proven a popular swimming destination, however in 2005, 2009, 2013, and 2014 the lake was shut down by the South Dakota GFP or South Dakota Game Fish and Parks due to high levels of coliform bacteria. Newton Hills State Park is another popular area in Lincoln County where you can find year round camping, boating, hiking, fishing and swimming. Individual cabins and a group lodge available for rental. If you enjoy, hiking and horse riding, many trails throughout the park will accommodate these activities. Each year, Newton Hills State Park in Lincoln County hosts the Sioux River Folk Festival where guests can carve pumpkins, chunk pumpkins and enter their pumpkins into a contest.
Interesting Facts About Lincoln County
The median home value in 2017 is $169,700.
The median household income is $76,094.
The average commute time is 19 minutes.
The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 95.4%.
The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 63.4%.
Wondering about the weather in Lincoln County? You can expect to see most sunny days in July, August, and September. Grab your umbrella in June and August for significant rainfall. Looking forward to snow? Put those gloves on and be ready for December’s average of 11.51 inches of snowfall annually. The average high temperature is 74 degrees in July. The average low temperature is 15 degrees in January.
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