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Be a-maize-ed by the most unique roadside attraction with corn murals that change annually and color-changing domes that light up the night.
Split Rock Creek, which flows through the park, is lined with Sioux quartzite formations and vertical cliffs that rise up to 50-feet above the water. Hiking, camping, kayaking and rock climbing are popular activities in the park.
Situated on beautiful Lewis & Clark Lake, this is one of the state park system's favorite resort parks. Three separate campgrounds provide over 400 campsites plus hiking/biking/horse trails, marina, archery range, disc golf and more.
A National Park which follows a 100-mile stretch of the nation’s longest river, representing a vestige of the untamed west.