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Tucked away in the bottom right corner of South Dakota, Union Grove State Park is a woodland escape for first time state park RV campers and locals alike. Located in the peaceful town of Beresford, the park is just a 20-minute drive away from the historic Elk Point. Located near the winding Brule Creek, the park was once a county park with a dammed-up lake in 1936. However, over time, the lake filled with silt, causing the dam to be removed. In 1945, the land was leased to South Dakota and has thrived since then as a state park.
With more than four miles of nature trails surrounded by bright green trees, the park is overflowing with an assortment of exciting wildlife. This makes for excellent birding, hunting, photography, biking, horseback riding, and more. Surrounded by lush, tree-covered terrain over rolling hills, grab that camera and look to the skies for vibrantly colored songbirds from the lively blue jay to the poetic red-winged blackbird. If it’s a nature-filled vacation you desire, search for an RV in Union County.
If you’re looking to get some hiking in, you can choose from two different trails designed for hiking, trail running, birding, and horseback riding. Along the Brule Bottom Trail, you’ll enjoy a picturesque, moderately difficult dirt pathway just east of the campground’s comfort station. While walking the pathway, Beresford campers might catch a glimpse of cardinals, red-winged blackbirds, blue jays, pheasants, orioles, and more, all spreading their wings.
Looking for a longer hike? Make the journey over to Mosey Meadow Multi-Use Trail. Located just inside the horse camp, the trail makes good use of its name, available for bikers, horseback riders, hikers, runners, cross-country skiers in the winter. Immersed in greenery of all shapes and sizes, you’ll love walking either trail with the blissful scent of ripening fruit trees filling your senses.
If horseback riding is your thing, you’ve traveled to the right spot. The park offers 150 acres specifically for you and your horse to explore. Nearby wildlife includes deer, wild turkeys, and beaver, to name a few species you can spot atop your horse. With richly vibrant colors in the fall, sparkling snow in winter, and miles of flourishing greenery in spring and summer, every day is a new day in South Dakota.
You’ll love RV camping here, as the surrounding trees offer both a welcoming shade from the heat and comfortable privacy for your campsite. The park boasts 25 campsites to choose from, most of which have electric hookups. And although there are no sewer or water hookups, fresh drinking water, a comfort station, hiking trails, and a playground are all within easy walking distance.
Camping at Union Grove State Park is available from May to September, and pets are welcome as long as they're leashed and well-behaved. If you’re looking forward to grilling with the family, firewood is available for sale and your site offers an area for barbecuing. With numerous picnicking areas peppered across the park, turn that adventure-filled day into a family memory with some smoky hamburgers or hot dogs.
Fun for the whole family is under an hour’s drive away at the trampoline park in Harrisburg. Offering wacky, innovative ideas such as the ninja course and the zero-gravity main court, boredom practically bounces away here. After a couple of hours at the park, you’ll start to feel your belly shouting for some sustenance, so head into town for some munchies! Offering flavorful American, vegan, gluten-free, grill, fast-food, and café food, and more, there’s no shortage of foodie options here. Around in the blazing autumn months? Take a trip over to Country Apple Orchard, where the town’s annual Harvest Festival is held. Fill your day with crisp fall apples, hot apple cider, hayrides, sweet corn, and much more at the Harvest Festival.
On your way back to motorhome camping in Beresford? Fill up on gas and groceries at your pick of stores in town. Then, consider taking a trip to the luxurious golf course in Beresford where you can enjoy a nine-hole course in a clean, enjoyable environment. With a nearby grill and bar area open daily, you can enjoy a full meal before or after a day golfing in the sun. Once satisfied, pack up your golf clubs and drive on back to your motorhome camper to snuggle under the covers with a good book in the peaceful country setting, or hit the lights for a night of cards and cookies with family with the sound of the night playing in the background.