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Clark Golf Club

Golfers will have ready access to a modern, par 35

Clark, SD Golf Courses

Winner Country Club

This 9-hole course at the Winner Country Club facility features 3,175 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 34.6 and it has a slope rating of 114. The Winner Country Club opened in 1962 and the season runs from April 15th to October 15

Winner, SD Golf Courses

Lake Oahe Fishing

Like the other Missouri River reservoirs, Oahe is known for its walleye fishing, the most abundant and popular fish in the four reservoirs. River anglers fish depths from 5 to 20

, SD Fishing

Madison Country Club

The Madison Country Club is located just west of Madison near Prairie Village and Lake Herman. This course is an 18-hole regulation length semi-private golf course. It features 6,162 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The Madison Country Club golf course opened in 1946

Madison, SD Golf Courses

Tripp County Historical Society Museum

In the Tripp County Historical Society Museum'

Winner, SD Museums



Beauvais Heritage Museum

The Clark County Museum started with a pioneer home and then grew to include an impressive array of buildings and displays. It has grown to include the Clark Railroad Depot, a settler'

Clark, SD Museums

Rocky Point Recreation Area

Rocky Point is the newest park in the South Dakota state park system, and opened in 2006 on Belle Fourche Reservoir, one of the few large reservoirs in western South Dakota. Rocky Point is a state recreation area, complete with 61 campsites (50 electrical)

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Lake Sharpe Fishing

Fishing is a very popular activity on Lake Sharpe and in the tailwater area. Walleye is the primary sport fish although sauger, small mouth bass, white bass, channel catfish, and northern pike also provide great fishing action. WALLEYE

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Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum

The collection at the Smith-Zimmerman Museum primarily reflects the ethnic groups who settled Lake County. Many artifacts in the Museum were brought with these early pioneers or purchased by them in the late 1800's and early 1900'

Madison, SD Museums