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Area Amenities


 

Britton and region have an abundance of recreational opportunities. The area is full of beautiful natural wonders. The rural communities and natural resources host fun for the whole family.
 
SD STATE PARKS IN MARSHALL COUNTY AREA:
 
The most complete Indian Fort from the Great Lakes to the Rockies. Fort Sisseton was originally established in 1864 and served as an active Army outpost until 1889. A visitor's center is open daily.
Fort Sisseton Historical Festival held every year in June. This festival showcases use of one of the top 10 restored military outposts in the U.S.  Muzzle loaders rendezvous at the post and compete in such events as clay pigeon shooting,  tomahawk throwing contests and a weekend of  history and fun. Military drills, draft horse pulls, SD Old Time Fiddlers, square dancing and frontier craftsmanship are other features of this popular festival.  Take part in the  military costume ball, and  enjoy the  melodramas, medicine show, children's activities and much more. Camping is available along with teepee and cabin rentals.  
Contact:
11907 434th Avenue
Lake City, SD 57247
605.448.5474
 

Located 1 mile west of Lake City off Highway 10, Roy Lake offers a natural sandy beach, boat ramps, 102 campsites (88 with electricity), picnic shelters, a resort with cabins, concessions and boat rentals.  Anglers will find quality fishing.  There are hiking and snow mobile trails, a playground, comfort station, electrical outlets, junior ranger and interpretive programs.  First ever adventure campsite features a primitive canoe-in island campsite.  Contact the park for reservations and / or information. 
Contact:
11545 Northside Drive

Lake City, SD 57247

605.448.5701
 
This beautiful wooded area has picnic and camping areas. Several springs in the park provide excellent pure water. Other features of this park include marked hiking, horseback and snowmobile trails. It's a photographer's dream in the fall when leaves turn to their colorful hues. There is a horse stable nearby that rents mounts.
Contact:
44950 Park Road

Sisseton, SD 57262

605.448.5701
 
11571 Northside Dr.
Lake City, SD 57247
605.448.5498
 
 
44370 109th St.
Veblen, SD 57250
605.738.2411
 
45352 Highway 10
Sisseton, SD 57262
605.698.7672
 
12980 446th Avenue
Grenville, SD 57239
605.486.4753
 
Located seven miles southwest of Hecla, SD, near the premier birding site of Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, the family operation is unique, and bound to be a memorable experience for all guests. We take pride in our ability to scout, set and execute successful hunts. Knowing the lay of the land and having unsurpassed hunting expertise, we will provide quality duck or goose hunts, and snow goose hunts in both the Fall and Spring. The Flatland Flyways Lodge is the place to be for that great escape you have been waiting for. Our accommodations are geared to handle a maximum of 12 guests. Six double-occupancy rooms divided into two wings extending from the great room. Both wings have a bathroom with double stalls and a deck for your groups privacy.

In the off season, there are countless reasons why you should enjoy our peaceful venue on the prairie. Our lodge could be a great fit for intimate weddings, reunions, graduation parties, bridal showers, corporate events, holiday parties, team building opportunities, and many more!. Please inquire for more information regarding specific event package options, pricing and availability.

Lodge: 605-994-2548
Reservations: 605-281-0860 (Megan)
Hunt Inquiries: 605-216-8424