The small town of Vienna, South Dakota, named by early Austrian settlers, is located near to Lake Kampeska, whose glacially formed waters are the third largest natural body of water in the state and whose name in the Lakota language means “Lake of the Shining Shells”, an appropriately poetic description. The lake offers watersports opportunities galore, ranging from sailing, swimming, and waterskiing to fishing, with the lake being maintained as a fishery for yellow perch and bigmouth bass. Its shoreline also offers beaches, picnic areas, and hiking paths. Many will recognize the lake from its depiction by local wildlife artist Terry Redlin, voted America’s most popular artist, whose museum is to be found in nearby Watertown, along with casinos and a golf course.