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Lake Sharpe Showdown
For more information contact Curt Underhill @605-350-3845 100 boats
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2023 LAKE SHARPE/LAKE OAHE BOWFISHING TOURNAMENT
For more information contact Kyle Manning @ 605-280-7459 Weigh-ins: Runnings Parking lot 13 boats
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2023 LAKE SHARPE/LAKE OAHE BOWFISHING TOURNAMENT
For more information contact Kyle Manning @ 605-280-7459 Weigh-ins: Runnings Parking lot 13 boats
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5th Annual Lake Sharpe/Lake Oahe Bowfishing Tournament
For more information contact Kyle Manning, 605.280.7459 29 attendees
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Lake Thompson Recreation Area
Originally called Dry Woods Lake by American Indians, the lake was renamed for Jacob Thompson, Secretary of the Interior under President James Buchanan. In the 1930s, the lake was completely dry and used for pasture. In the 1980s, the area was a 9,00...
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Roy Lake State Park
Roy Lake is known for its excellent fishing, but you don't have to be an angler to enjoy all this park has to offer. Visitors will find sandy beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, boat ramps, boat rentals, and an island trail to keep them busy. ...
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Burke Lake Recreation Area
Like an oasis on the prairie, Burke Lake Recreation Area sits next to a 25-acre lake which is surrounded by trees. Whether boating, kayaking or canoeing, visitors enjoy this lake that averages only eight feet in depth. Native and introduced prairie g...
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Lake Vermillion Recreation Area
Known for its clear waters and abundant fish, Lake Vermillion Recreation Area is a popular area among fishermen, boaters and swimmers. During the fall, sportsmen can find waterfowl and upland game within minutes from the park. This 512-acre reservoir...
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Pelican Lake Recreation Area
Naturalists enjoy the migrating birds and vast numbers of prairie grasses and wildflowers at Pelican Lake Recreation Area. Winter enthusiasts appreciate the park's cross-country ski trails, snowshoeing and ice fishing. Pelican Lake is a popula...
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SILTER WATER - LAKE SHARPE, SD
For more information contact Charles Sheid @ 402.705.2987 20 boats
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SILTER WATER - LAKE SHARPE, SD
For more information contact Charles Sheid @ 402.705.2987 20 boats
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Pickerel Lake Recreation Area
Noted for its cool, spring-fed waters, Pickerel Lake is one of the deepest natural lakes in the state. The 955-acre lake bears an American Indian name meaning "where you spear long fish." Excursion boats were common until the early 1900s. A...
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Lake Cochrane Recreation Area
Note: Visitors and campers coming to Lake Cochrane Recreation Area will see a road closure starting August 7th as the Deuel County Highway Department is replacing a bridge on 486th Ave. south of SD Highway 22. Construction will last for the remaind...
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Lake Alvin Recreation Area
Although small in size, Lake Alvin has become a very popular area. This 59 acre park is best known for its beach facilities and excellent fishing. Its proximity to Sioux Falls and Newton Hills State Park make it a great place to enjoy a day on the be...
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Lake Herman State Park
Melting glacial ice formed this 1,350-acre lake thousands of years ago. Lake Herman State Park is located on a peninsula and offers visitors spectacular views of Lake Herman. Camping, boating, fishing, and cross country skiing are favorite activities...
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Mina Lake Recreation Area
Nestled along the wooded shores of Mina Lake, Mina Recreation Area is a water-lover's haven with plenty of room for boating, fishing and swimming. When you leave the water, a spacious campground, hiking trail, and several picnic areas provide...
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Richmond Lake Recreation Area
Three separate areas in this park cater to the needs of campers, swimmers, naturalists, boaters and anglers. Campers stay in the South Unit, while the 200-acre Forest Drive Unit is a great place for wildlife viewing. The Boat Ramp Unit provides acces...
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Lake Louise Recreation Area
Lake Louise was made in 1932, when the south fork of Wolf Creek was dammed. Water depth in this 164-acre impoundment averages nine feet, with a maximum depth of 25 feet. Anglers and hunters come to this area for its abundant game. The park is located...
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Oakwood Lakes State Park
Nestled among eight connecting glacial lakes, this park provides a never-ending variety of activities throughout the year, from hiking and swimming, to ice fishing and cross-country skiing. Shaded campgrounds and picnic areas complement the park'...
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Lake Hiddenwood Recreation Area
NOTICE: Reserve camping now on Go Outdoors! Hiking trails, playground, and picnic shelter are open for day use. Lake and dam have not been restored. Melting glaciers carved the valley of Hiddenwood Creek. Traditionally, this area wa...
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