[FUN]² Facts

  • Main Street Square takes up one acre in Downtown Rapid City.
  • During the summer, an interactive fountain flows on an ambient setting. The interactive fountain can only run when temperatures are more than 55 degrees and when winds are less than 25 miles per hour.
  • A roughlock waterfall and rain curtain also flow during the warm months.
  • During the winter, the green lawn is turned into an ice skating rink measuring 7,200 square feet.
  • All the plant life in Main Street Square, including flowers and grasses are native to the area.
  • A Native American medicine wheel is set at the corner of Sixth and Main streets.
  • A statute of President John Adams is at the corner of Sixth and Main streets. All United States presidents are depicted in statues in Downtown Rapid City and City of Presidents pamphlets are available at the Visitor Information Center.
  • Tables, chairs and benches are available for people to sit. There's even a chess table.
  • Main Street Square hosts more than 200 events annually, and has private rental space available. All rental space is outdoors and exposed to the elements.
  • Main Street Square, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, runs Main Street Square and Pedestrian Alley. Destination Rapid City, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, leases the property from the City of Rapid City.
  • Parking is available in a parking ramp next to the Square. Public restrooms are available year round.
  • Main Street Square is centrally located in the Historic Downtown District, featuring the 1888 Buell Building, 1910 Firehouse, 1928 Hotel Alex Johnson and more.