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Sica Hollow State Park, Sisseton

#51 of 53 in Nature in South Dakota
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Sica Hollow State Park (also Sieche Hollow State Park) is a state park of South Dakota, USA. It was named Sica (pronounced shee-chah), a Dakota word for bad or evil, due to the iron-red tinted water which was seen as blood by the Dakota tribe in the area.

In 1967, Sica Hollow was designated as a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service.
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  • Breathtaking views, worth the drive. Recommend doing the walking paths, you see so much more nature!  more »
  • Fall is a wonderful time to be here. Walking thru the woods is peaceful and fun. Go with nature and re-find yourself. The air is so fresh and clean. Get an eye full of nature at its best.  more »
  • This is a neat little park for spending time in the outdoors. It has great hiking and horse riding trails, or you can just come out to camp while spending time in the quiet wilderness.
  • I think the walking trail has more interesting history than the signage indicates. Lot's of poison ivy in midsummer along the trail. I suspect it is beautiful in autumn.

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