- Historical interest
Fisher Grove State Park
The first crossing for the Watertown-to-Pierre stage line crossed the river here on American Indians' traditional rock river crossing. Belchers Ford, as the site was called, had a hotel for tourists. The park is named after Frank I. Fisher, the first permanent European settler in Spink County who lived at this site.
Fisher Grove is managed and maintained by the Fisher Grove Country Club. The country club also manages the ten-hole golf course adjacent to the park. For information, please call 605.472.1336.
- Daily: $6 per vehicle
- Annual: $30 first vehicle | $15 for second vehicle | $65 transferable license
- Campsites - electrical: $19 per night
- Campsites - non-electrical: $15 per night
Open: Year-round. Between Oct. 1 and April 30, showers, flush toilets and other water systems may be closed. Please contact the park directly for current status. Vault toilets usually remain open.
Park Size: 22 campsites
7 miles east of Redfield off US Hwy 212
Nearest Town: Redfield
Make reservation online or call 1.800.710.2267.
17290 Fishers Lane
Frankfort, SD 57440
- Drinking water
- Dump station
- Electric campsites
- Flush toilets/showers
- Picnic Shelter
- Vault toilets
- Warming shelter