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Okreek, South DakotaPhotos, maps and news from Okreek, South Dakota.Updated October 6, 2018.

Okreek is an unincorporated community in Todd County, South Dakota, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 269. The town is wholly within the jurisdiction of the Rosebud Indian Reservation, and the populace is almost entirely Sioux-American. Okreek consists primarily of two long blocks of inhabited tract housing, and has about 30 private telephone subscribers within town limits. There is also an elementary school and a Post Office which has been assigned the ZIP Code of 57563.The name Okreek is a corruption of Oak Creek, a stream near the town site.

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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. ... and Sinte Gleska University, and a view of the town of Mission heading west. Also see the Maverick Motel and a vendor on the side of the road..
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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. Okreek, South Dakota.
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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. Also see the Maverick Motel and a vendor on the side of the road. Sioux Indians Arts and Crafts.
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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. Here's a view coming into town. Here is the Martin Water Tower, here's another bigger one.
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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. Also see the Maverick Motel and a vendor on the side of the road. Sioux Indians Arts and Crafts.
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Roadtrip to the Black Hills via Highway 18 to Hwy 44. ... a decent size town, here's the entrance with a Welcome to Mission sign, and Sinte Gleska University, and a view of the town of Mission heading west..
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