Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail

SOUTH DAKOTA

National Parks With Hiking

Badlands National Park
Dogs are allowed on the trails but not in the wilderness area

Jewel Cave National Monument
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Wind Cave National Park
Dogs are allowed on the trails but not in the
wilderness area or in the cave


Links to National Forests With Hiking
Black Hills National Forest
Buffalo Gap National Grassland
Fort Pierre National Grassland
Grand River National Grassland
 
State Parks With Hiking
South Dakota State Parks
Dogs are welcome in South Dakota state parks on a leash less than 10 feet long.
All dogs are prohibited within the posted area at zoned swimming beaches.


Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve

Bear Butte State Park

Big Sioux Recreation Area

Burke Lake Recreation Area

Custer State Park

Farm Island Recreation Area

Fisher Grove State Park

George S. Mickelson Trail

Hartford Beach State Park

Lake Herman State Park

Lake Hiddenwood Recreation Area

Lake Louise Recreation Area

Lake Poinsett Recreation Area

Lake Thompson Recreation Area

Lake Vermillion Recreation Area

Lewis and Clark Recreation Area

Mina Lake Recreation Area

Newton Hills State Park

Oakwood Lake State Park

Palisades State Park

Pelican Lake Recreation Area

Pickerel Lake Recreation Area

Pierson Ranch Recreation Area

Platte Creek Recreation Area

Richmond Lake Recreation Area

Roy Lake State Park

Sica Hollow State Park

Snake Creek Recreation Area

Union County State Park

West Whitlock Recreation Area
 
 



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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In South Dakota

 
Submitted by Leslie
A couple of years ago we went to the Black Hills for vacation with our 2 chocolate labs.  We camped for seven days and hiked the area.  We really loved hiking up to Harney Peak.  The dogs could be off leash and they had a blast!  Sylvan Lake was great too and the dogs could swim to cool down after the hike.

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