Belvidere East / Exit 170 KOA

Open May 1 - September 30

Reserve: 800-562-2134

Info: 605-344-2247

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24201 South Dakota Highway 63

Midland, SD 57552-7302

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Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

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Campground Activities

Our Campground activities are available from Memorial Day through Labor Day every year.

Restaurant Menu

Join us for Dinner 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM every day. Some of our most popular dishes are the "Buffalo Ribeye", "Indian Tacos" and the "Steak Sandwich".Download the details

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Duck watch

A number of duck species, including the wood duck, call South Dakota home. Birding enthusiasts can find a huge variety of birds in the South Dakota outdoors.

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Deer watch

Mule deer are found throughout western South Dakota. They can be distinguished from other deer by their large ears and generally darker grayish hair.

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Bird watch

Birders love the variety of species found in South Dakota. With the large flocks found in the eastern migratory flyways and the mixing of western and eastern species in the Black Hills, there's something for everyone.

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Pheasant watch

South Dakota's state bird, the ring-necked pheasant, can be found statewide, but are most prevalent in the eastern half of the state.

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Prairie chickens watch

Prairie chickens put on an annual mating display each spring throughout South Dakota. The Fort Pierre National Grasslands offers a reservation system for blinds for observing and photographing the colorful pageantry.

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Antelope watch

Pronghorn antelope are the fastest animals in North America. They can be found throughout western South Dakota.

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Prairie dogs watch

Prairie dogs are small burrowing rodents that populate grassy areas in mainly western South Dakota. They give a shrill "bark" to warn others of approaching danger.

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