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Those traveling through the northeastern quadrant of South Dakota will find the Hav-A-Rest Campground nestled among the prairie land. A great respite from the busy world, the Hav-A-Rest Campground offers guests the opportunity to retreat to the small-town community of Redfield, nestled near the banks of the James River. As you make your way through South Dakota, RV camping in Redfield is a great midway point to explore what the Mount Rushmore State has to offer.
The campsites at Hav-A-Rest Campground have water and 30/50 amp electric hookups for your RV rental. The RV campgrounds are also equipped with restroom and shower facilities. End the day around your campfire as you relax under the starry skies.
Hav-A-Rest Campground is open during the warmer months of the year, from April through the end of October. While camping at Hav-A-Rest Campground, you can take advantage of the on-site pool, or you can make your way to nearby Redfield Lake or the James River for some local fishing to round out your day.
Those looking to reconnect with nature can head to the nearby Lake Louise State Recreation Area in Miller. Thanks to the impoundment of Wolf Creek, Lake Louise was formed. Since then, it has been a popular spot for anglers to test their skills. However, Lake Louise is even more frequented by hunters due to the SRA’s prime location in the middle of South Dakota’s duck and pheasant hunting country. If fishing and hunting don’t interest you, you can still enjoy the beauty of Lake Louise in a variety of other ways. The SRA is also home to a disc golf course, volleyball courts, basketball courts, and even horseshoe pits. You can challenge your travel companions to some friendly competition - the loser has to clean the rental RV.
Those who love wildlife can spend some time at the Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Frederick. At just under 22,000 acres of preserved and protected lands, Sand Lake works to preserve South Dakota’s waterfowl. Visitors are invited to explore the various hiking trails that wind through the wetlands. Sand Lake is a migratory hotspot for a wide variety of waterfowl and other migratory birds, so chances are that as you’re hiking along the trails, you will catch a glimpse of some migratory birds. Some lucky finds include the blue-winged teal, bald eagles, and great egrets.
Wildlife lovers can continue their adventures at the Waubay National Wildlife Refuge in Waubay. The refuge is found within the prairie pothole region of the Midwest. Throughout the sanctuary, you will stumble upon a seemingly endless landscape of ponds, lakes, and little streams. What’s unique about this landscape, however, is how quickly it can change with rain. It doesn’t take much rain for the pothole ponds and lakes to flood. Thanks to this possibility, Waubay has become a common respite for migrating waterfowl and other migratory birds. The refuge welcomes visitors to enjoy the wildlife, explore the trails, and even try their hand at some fishing and hunting opportunities, provided you have the appropriate licenses.
Those looking to get outside can head to Fisher Grove. Just 15 minutes' drive from your campsite at Hav-A-Rest Campground, Fisher Grove is a low-key park that welcomes visitors to explore the banks of the James River. You can also launch a canoe to explore the river from a more unique perspective. And if you’re traveling with kids, you can enjoy the playground.
History lovers will enjoy a visit to Pickler Mansion Museum, the home of South Dakota’s first Congressman. The expansive mansion was completed in 1894 in the Victorian style. You can tour the rooms, learn about the history of the region and the family, and even see some of the original furnishings. However, the museum is only open during the summer months.
Those traveling with children can spend the day at Storybook Land, the nursery rhyme-themed amusement park. Open during the warmer months of the year, Storybook Land showcases playgrounds designed around stories, a recreated landscape that pays homage to “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” and a variety of amusement rides.
When it's time to restock and refuel the Redfield camper rental, you will have your choice between a couple of gas stations and grocery stores around the campground.
After a day filled with hiking, fishing, and hunting, reward yourself with a local sweet treat: kuchen. This German cake is simple but delicious. The sugary cake base is often accompanied with jam or custard filling for extra sweetness.