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The SD Department of Game, Fish & Parks strives to accommodate the needs of people of all abilities by providing greater accessibility to facilities and programs for persons with disabilities. We want everyone to enjoy South Dakota's outdoor resources.
To reserve an accessible site or facility, you will be asked to provide your accessible permit number and the expiration date. Accessible campsites are only held for those with disabilities unless they are the very last site left in the park. Reservations for accessible sites must be made through the call center.
Those without an accessible permit will be asked to move should another site become available.
SD Relay Service
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1.800.877.1113 outside South Dakota
Free telephone accessibility services to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-disabled.
Accessible campsites feature accessible picnic tables, sidewalks, electricity, close parking and are usually located near the park's comfort station.
Accessible campsites are found in the following parks
Accessible log-style, one-room cabins have wide doors, heating, air conditioning and electricity. Furnishings include a set of bunk beds, double bed, table, and benches, as well as accessible picnic tables, sidewalks, porch ramp, nearby parking, fire grate, and porch.
Accessible camping cabins are found in the following parks
All of the group lodge facilities are accessible and feature sidewalks, ramps, nearby parking, wide doors and accessible shower and kitchen facilities. Service animals are permitted inside the lodges (please inform the park staff before you arrive).
Accessible group lodge facilities are found in the following parks:
Lake Thompson Recreation Area
Mina Lake Recreation Area
Newton Hills State Park
Oahe Downstream Recreation Area
Palisades State Park
Shadehill Recreation Area
Sheps Canyon Recreation Area
Picnic shelters with accessible tables, close parking, and sidewalks are available in over 30 state parks and recreation areas.