South Dakota Missouri River Tourism is advocating for safe travel during COVID-19. Find out about their safety precautions here and access other information hubs.
Travel Responsibly on the Missouri River
Safety is of utmost importance to us on the South Dakota Missouri River. When fishing, hunting or using the river for other activities, we ask that you take the following precautions: Wash your hands whenever possible. Maintain a suitable distance from others. Wear a mask when social distancing isn’t possible. Following these rules gives each angler, hunter and explorer peace of mind and allows for fun, worry-free adventure.
Along the Missouri River, we have four large man-made reservoirs: Lake Sharpe, Lake Oahe, Lake Francis Case and Lewis & Clark Lake. Each one offers an abundance of adventure. The lodging accommodations around each lake are safe and ready for your family.
Your next outdoor adventure is a river’s bend away. Every year, thousands of hunters come from around the world come to land along the river to hunt pheasant, duck, goose and deer. Anglers flock to the region’s lakes and rivers to fish for a variety of eye-catching species.
The communities along the Missouri River are charming and ready to go for whatever adventure you have in mind. Each location has unique food, lodging and events that will have you yearning for more time on the river. Together, we’re doing everything we can to make your trip as safe as possible.