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Sioux Falls is a small, friendly city on the Big Sioux River. Don’t let the flatlands fool you—this South Dakota area is loaded with campgrounds. Within 30 miles, you can camp near fishing holes, hiking trails, and canoeing routes. Best of all, four distinct seasons create a long camping season. Camp in comfort at the RV parks off of I-90. Choose pull-thru sites with full hookups and creature comforts like Wi-Fi. Some campgrounds also offer tent sites with fire pits and picnic tables. Get away from it all at a campsite in the state parks near Sioux Falls. Hike and rock-climb quartzite cliffs at Palisades State Park. At Newton Hills State Park, hiking trails wind through dense forests. From your campsite, enjoy biking, hunting, and birdwatching. Near Garretson, Split Rock Park has primitive camping on the Split Rock River. At Devil’s Gulch Park, explore the same quartzite rocks that once sheltered Jesse James. To the south, Big Sioux Recreation Area offers year-round camping. Just steps from your site, try kayaking, birdwatching, and snowshoeing.