What to Do

Marvel at the beauty of Sica Hollow State Park and Steep yourself in Indian legend on the “Trail Of The Spirits”

Trails Sica Hollow State Park

Sica Hollow State Park is infused with Native American legend. The “Trail of the Spirits” is a Registered National Recreation Trail. The scenic wooded park is located 15 miles northwest of Sisseton on the east face of the Coteau des Prairies. The park has been designated a National Natural Landmark. Sica Hollow is an area of tree-filled ravines and hills. A glacier created this disruption of the plain several thousand years ago. People of all ages can enjoy the scenic beauty by following the trails and bridges though the woods in the summer and fall months on foot or on horseback. Mid-September is a busy time in the park as visitors come to enjoy the spectacular color show of the leaves. Cross country skiing is available in the park during the winter months.

Inquiries about the park can be directed to:
Park Manager, Roy Lake State Park, Lake City, SD 57247.

Groups are welcome. Please call ahead for a guided hike:

(605) 448-5701.