West Pollock Recreation Area
The town of Pollock and the recreation area are both named after a pioneer lay minister and respected citizen of the area, R.Y. Pollock.
Anglers enjoy this recreation area as a prime location to stay when fishing for walleyes and an abundance of other Lake Oahe fish. The boat ramp provides easy access to the water. In the fall, pheasant, grouse and waterfowl hunters come to camp.
West Pollock Recreation Area is one of the South Dakota state parks along the Lewis and Clark Trail.
- Daily: $8 per vehicle
- Annual: $36 first vehicle | $18 second vehicle (with coupon) | $80 transferable license
- Campsites - electrical: $20 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: 29 campsites
Directions: 3 miles southwest of Pollock off SD Hwy 1804
Nearest Town: Pollock
Mobridge, SD 57601
- Boat Ramp(s)
- Drinking Water
- Dump Station
- Electrical Campsite(s)
- Fish Cleaning Station(s)
- Flush Toilets
- Self-serve Entrance Kiosk(s)
- Vault Toilets (open year-round)