Okobojo Point Recreation Area 

Quick Facts

Okobojo Point Recreation Area 

South Dakota

(605) 223-7722

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Okobojo Point Recreation Area is a park full of scenic rolling hills, wide expanses of prairie, and one of the most outstanding vistas along the Missouri River, all awaiting those who love the outdoors. Visitors can spend a day, a weekend, or a week relaxing in this quiet, scenic area that is so undeveloped that it is almost a wilderness area. The miles of sandy beach invite park visitors to play in the water, enjoy a volleyball game, try some shore fishing, and walk near the river wave.

Lake Oahe Reservoir, located on the Missouri River, provides hours of outdoor fun. The lake has more than 2,000 miles of shoreline and its clear waters are ideal for boating, sailing, fishing, water skiing, and diving. Campers, history buffs, mountain bikers, and hikers will find new adventures in this rugged land first explored by Lewis and Clark.

Map of Okobojo Point Rec. Area (SD)

Latitude, Longitude: 44.575960, -100.500000



  • Boating

    A boat ramp provides access to Lake Oahe.

  • Bicycling

    Although the park itself does not have bicycling trails, it is close to a number of state parks that do, including Oahe Downstream Recreation Area and Farm Island Recreation Area.

  • Camping

    There are a total of seventeen campsites, open year-round and available on a first come, first-served basis.

  • Fishing

    Lake Oahe is home to a wide variety of fish. There is a fish cleaning station at nearby Cow Creek Recreation Area.

  • Hiking

    Hiking trails are available for use.

  • Picnicking

    There are six picnic shelters along the shore of the lake.

  • Water Sports

    The park has miles of sandy beach, providing opportunities for swimming and other water sports.


The park is open year-round. The park has a wide range of temperatures. In the summer, high temperatures average around 89 F, while lows average around 56 F. Winter highs average around 35 F, with lows around 8 F. The region is generally arid, with the most rain coming in the summer months.



17 miles NW of Pierre off SD 1804

Phone Numbers


(605) 223-7722