Roy Lake State Park

Roy Lake State Park


Location:3 miles southwest of Lake City off SD 10.
Facilities:102 modern campsites (88 with electrical hookups, 1 @di), comfort station with showers, resort with rental cabins and restaurant, picnic shelters (é), concession and food service, hiking trails, swimming beach, boat ramp, boat rentals, fish-cleaning station, fish dock (é), playgrounds, warming house, amphitheater, interpretive displays, 9-hole disc golf course.
Activities:Camping, boating, canoeing, fishing, swimming, water skiing, hiking, cross-country skiing, disc golf, interpretive programs.
Special Features:The earliest known inhabitants of Roy Lake were members of the Woodland Culture, who built large burial mounds. Artifacts dating between 900 and 1300 A.D. have been found near the park. The Roy (Roi) family has been credited with building the area's first white settlement.
Address:11545 Northside Dr
Lake City, SD 57247

Phone:605-448-5701
Web: www.sdgfp.info/parks/regions/glaciallakes/roylake.htm
Size: 560 acres.

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