Fisher Grove State Park facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsFisher Grove State Park
|Location||Spink, South Dakota, United States|
|Named for||Frank I. Fisher, the first permanent European settler in Spink County|
|Governing body||South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks|
|Website||Fisher Grove State Park|
Fisher Grove State Park is a South Dakota state park in Spink County, South Dakota in the United States. The park is open for year-round recreation including camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and boating. It is 8 miles (13 km) east of Redfield, South Dakota.
The park is managed and maintained by the Fisher Grove Country Club, which also manages the nine-hole golf course adjacent to the park.
Fisher Grove State Park is named for Frank I. Fisher, the first permanent European settler in Spink County.
Fisher Grove State Park is open for year-round recreation. There are 22 campsites which feature electric hook-ups. Fishing and a canoe launch to the James River are available.
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