Union Grove State Park
Union Grove State Park, (499 acres), is located 11 miles south of Beresford off I-29.
Horseback riders, hikers, bikers and cross-country skiers enjoy several miles of trail through the forest along Brule Creek. The trees and plants attract a variety of birds sure to keep botanists and birdwatchers entertained for hours. Wildlife such as deer, wild turkeys, beaver and many small animals abound in the park.
Campers enjoy the quiet well-shaded campsites, and the horse camp is the perfect base for a weekend of riding.
The park is ablaze with color during the fall. Leaves changing color and the variety of birds attracted to ripening fruit trees create a spectacular autumn festival.
Trails: A secluded and scenic trail for hikers and horseback riders with a wide variety of trees and other plant life along the trail. Moderate difficulty. Horseback riders have 150 acres of rolling hills at their disposal. Trails for cross-country skiing in winter.
Facilities: 25 campsites - 17 electrical, 4 horse camping sites, showers, 2 picnic shelters, historic interest, equestrian camps with corrals. Entrance fee.