Our Favorite Places
5 miles north of Vermillion, along SD Highway 19
Native Americans discovered it, Lewis & Clark documented it, and today they're building prairies on it. Go visit!
Clay County Park
4 miles southwest of Vermillion off SD Highway 50 and Timber Road--along the Missouri River.
Includes campgrounds, trails, boat ramp, and picnic shelters.
Mulberry Bend Overlook
From Vermillion, take SD Highway 19, cross the Vermillion/Newcastle Bridge, and take the first left turn.
Dramatic views of the Missouri National Recreational River, trail, boat launch, and primitive camping.
North Alabama Bend
1.3 miles south of Timber Road along SD Highway 19. The federal site is situated within the 59-mile segment of the Missouri National Recreational River and consists of approximately 546 acres of undeveloped land. Explore the area--it's your land.
Missouri National Recreational River Water Trail
This water trail for canoes and kayaks comprises some of the last remaining natural stretches of America's longest river. Camping allowed.