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Central SD State Parks

North Wheeler Recreation Area

North Wheeler Recreation Area is a small, quiet area for those wanting to get away. Park Schedule & Rates Open year-round Camping: 22 sites (15 electrical). Water. No showers. Contact

Central SD State Parks

Pease Creek Recreation Area

Pease Creek Recreation Area offers 600 acres of area available for exploration and has easy access to the Missouri River’s Lake Francis Case. There is also plenty of opportunity for

Eastern SD State Parks

Pierson Ranch Recreation Area

Pierson Ranch Recreation Area is located just 4 miles from Yankton so it provides easy access to picnic shelters and campsites. Park Schedule & Rates Open year-round Camping: 67 sites

Central SD State Parks

Randall Creek Recreation Area

Randall Creek Recreation Area is located downstream from teh Fort Randall Dam. The area provides opportunity for many activities including fishing, boating, bird and animal watching. Park Schedule & Rates

Eastern SD State Parks

Springfield Recreation Area

Springfield Recreation Area is open year-round and is located near Springfield, South Dakota. Park Schedule & Rates Open year-round Camping Fees: 21 sites (20 electrical). Showers. Water. Dump station. Contact

Eastern SD State Parks

Palisades State Park

Palisades State Park, located in southeastern South Dakota in the town of Garretson, is the second smallest state park in South Dakota. At 157 acres in area, the park is

Eastern SD State Parks

Newton Hills State Park

The Coteau des Prairies, formed by glacial movement during the last Ice Age, is a 200-mile long and 100-mile wide plateau situated more than 2,000 feet above sea level. Home

Eastern SD State Parks

Lake Vermillion Recreation Area

Lake Vermillion Recreation Area is located 27 miles west of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Known for its clear waters and abundant fish, Lake Vermillion is a haven for anglers and

Eastern SD State Parks

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve

The Adams Homestead is 1,500 acres donated by Mary and Maud Adams in 1984. It contains over 10 miles of trails that wind along the river, prairie and forest. It

Eastern SD State Parks

Pelican Lake Recreation Area

Pelican Lake offers a place for a wide variety of activities. The recreation area offers shady trees, a sandy beach, prairie trails and a boat dock. The 5.2 miles of