- Historical interest
- Horse Trail
- Horseback Riding
Sica Hollow State Park
The Hollow's first Indian visitors named it "Sica," (pronounced she-cha) meaning evil or bad. Eerie Sioux legends recall mysterious happenings here. Along the Trail of the Spirits, you'll see gurgling reddish bogs, which Indians saw as the blood and flesh of their ancestors. Indian lore gives new meaning to Sica's streams, rustic bridges, waterfalls, and wildflowers.
Sica Hollow State Park has also earned attention nation-wide. The Old River Warren and Coteau des Prairies are designated National Natural Landmarks. The Trail of the Spirits, a self-guided interpretive foot trail, was designated as a National Recreation Trail in 1971.
There are 15 miles of marked trails to guide horseback riders through the 900 acres of woodland in the park.
- Daily: $6 per vehicle
- Annual: $30 first vehicle | $15 for second vehicle | $65 transferable license
- Campsites - non-electrical: $13
Park Size: 8 horse campsites
15 miles northwest of Sisseton off SD Hwy 10
Nearest Town: Sisseton
Make reservation online or call 1.800.710.2267.
44950 Park Road
Sisseton, SD 57262
- Horse camp
- Picnic Shelter
- Vault toilets