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One of the best things about renting an RV is having the freedom to experience scenic wilderness areas at your own pace. With its postcard-perfect scenery and biodiverse landscapes, the American Midwest is a prime place to kick off a cross-country camping adventure.
Rocky Point is near the four corners of Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota. It's also close to the city of Belle Fourche, which is considered the city nearest to the geographic center of the United States. The park itself is surrounded by flatlands and is home to the Belle Fourche Reservoir.
The Belle Fourche Reservoir carries some history that many other reservoirs don’t. The original dam built for this reservoir was the largest earthen dam in the world for its time, back in 1911. This earned the reservoir a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1989. It's no surprise that most Rocky Point Recreation Area campers spend much of their time fishing, boating, and paddling.
If you're motoring through the Mount Rushmore State on your travels, you'll want to add Rocky Point Recreation Area to your itinerary. No motorhome? No problem. Book an RV in Butte County and start packing for a lakeside getaway.
Unlike many state parks, Rocky Point Recreation Area doesn’t have many places where you can go hiking. You'll find a walking opportunity on a two-mile road which loops around the park.
Belle Fourche Reservoir offers ample opportunities to go boating, canoeing, and kayaking. If you don't have your own watercraft, you can rent a canoe or kayak on-site. The reservoir is approximately 8,000 acres, so you'll have more than enough space to enjoy your watersports.
While you're exploring the lake in your boat, why not cast a line and try your luck? The lake is home to walleye, bass, perch, catfish, and tiger muskie. Just make sure you have a current state fishing license.
If you simply want to swim around in the cool waters of the Belle Fourche Reservoir, you're free to do so, as long as you stay in the designated swimming areas. For Belle Fourche campers who love the water, Rocky Point Recreation Area is the perfect place to camp in an RV.
Planning to steal away to Rocky Point for a night or two? More than 60 electrical sites at Rocky Point Recreation Area provide an ideal atmosphere for motorhome camping. Water and sewer hookups aren't available. Each campsite can accommodate vehicles up to 65 feet in length, which should cover most RV rentals.
As far as amenities go, you can expect dump stations, flush and vault toilets, and showers. Note that the campground is open year-round, but most facilities are closed between November and March. Bringing a four-legged friend along for your Rocky Point Recreation Area camping trip? Leashed pets are welcome, and there’s even a dog park right on-site.
While you're RV camping at Rocky Point Recreation Area, you'll want to leave some time to explore nearby attractions. If you're interested in museums, you'll find that there are quite a few different places that you can check out. For instance, if you enjoy your history, you'll find that the High Plains Western Heritage Center, located in the city of Spearfish, has everything to suit your history needs. This museum honors the Old West pioneers and the Native Americans who lived in South Dakota and surrounding states.
If you're more interested in history dating back to dinosaurs, you might find that PaleoAdventures has what you want to see. Also located in the city of Belle Fourche, this natural history museum displays an abundance of fossils found in the American Midwest. You can even try your hand at unearthing some dinosaur fossils of your own on a dinosaur dig site tour.
Prefer to see living animals rather than fossils? If you're willing to make the drive to Rapid City, you'll find that Reptile Gardens is a wonderful sanctuary for slithery and scaly creatures of all kinds. You'll also get to see a colorful array of flora as well as other animals, so keep your camera handy.
As for any food and supply needs you might have while at the park, you can rest assured knowing that there won’t be too much trouble finding provisions. The city of Belle Fourche is only about ten miles away from the park. You'll find a plethora of American cuisine and fast food options here if you're getting a little tired of camp food, as well as gas stations and shops.