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Welcome to Sioux City

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Located at the meeting of three states in northwest Iowa, Sioux City is Iowa’s 4th largest city, home to 85,000 and more than 160,000 in the metro area. Just across the Missouri River to the south is Nebraska, and across the Big Sioux River to the west is South Dakota. We call the region Siouxland, and Sioux City is at the heart of it.

Sioux City hosted the inaugural RAGBRAI® ride in 1973, and last hosted the ride in 2015.

Getting here

If you’re driving here: The easiest way to get to Sioux City is via Interstate 29, which runs north and south, connecting to Interstate 80 in Omaha about 90 miles south of Sioux City and interstate 90, about 80 miles north at Sioux Falls. Northern Iowans will be able to travel across Highway 20, which intersects with I-29 east of the city.

If you’re flying here: Sioux Gateway Airport has multiple weekly flights to Sioux City from Chicago via American Airlines.