Dalton Lake Campground
The Dalton Lake Campground has eleven camp sites. Restroom facilities are available. The nearby Dalton Lake Trailhead provides access to the Centennial Trail which is open for hiking, horseriding and bicycling (on Centennial trail going north). The Centennial trail going to the south it is open for motorized travel.
Dalton Lake is next to the campground and is a popular little fishing area with populations of rainbow and brook trout. South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks manages the fishing here, so prior to fishing consult the state fishing regulations. Shoreline access is good, as is access via a pier. Dalton Lake is approximately 2.8 acres and 15 ft. deep. The Forest Service and South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks drained and dredged the lake in 2011/2012.
Reservations are not available for Dalton Lake Campground. Sites are available first come, first served. See the layout of the campground to find your perfect camping site.
At a Glance
|Fees:||$21.50/night for single unit|
|Water:||Potable Water available during the peak season only|
|Restroom:||Vault Toilet (1)|
|Operated By:||Concessionaire Forest Recreation Managment|
To access the Dalton Lake Campground from Nemo, travel north on FSR 26 for approximately four miles. Turn right, or east onto FSR 224, Dalton Lake Road. Travel on 224 for approximately five miles to the campground.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
|No. of Sites||11 single site(s)|
|Reservation Info||Not reservable|
|No. of Accessible sites||1 of 11|
Dalton Lake Campground has a 45 foot spur length.
|Reservation Info||Not Reservable|
|Hookup - Water||No|
|Hookup - Sewer||No|
|Pavement Type of Parking||No|