Park & Trail Systems
Siouxland offers over 50 park sites, trails, pools and
historic sites. Siouxland parks offer a wide range of amenities including camping, picnicking and swimming areas, canoe and pedal-boat rentals, tennis and basketball courts, playground equipment, hiking and biking trails and plenty of places to relax.
City of Sioux City, Iowa
City of South Sioux City, Nebraska
City of North Sioux City, South Dakota
Adams Nature Preserve
Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve, given to South Dakota by sisters Maud and Mary Adams, displays the natural beauty of the region. Featuring 8 miles of hiking and biking trails with interpretive signs and displays, wildlife observation blinds, and historic Adams homes and other renovated buildings, it is the fourth largest state park in South Dakota. Located off I-29, McCook Lake exit, 1 mile west, 1/2 mile south.
Stone State Park
The 2,069-acre Stone State Park, named for the Thomas Jefferson Stone Family, boasts rugged topography and panoramic views. The park offers picnic areas, camping, and over 10 miles of recreational trails for hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. Located on the western border of Iowa in Plymouth and Woodbury counties. Park office is at 5001 Talbot Road.