Campground
NThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 14, 2021

Primitive Delight

When you turn off the highway you will encounter the South Shore Swimming Beach. Lined with mature trees to offer a nicely shaded picnic area with a large parking area. There are some primitive campsites at the swimming beach with fire rings, picnic tables, covered picnic table, gravel beach, pit toilet, water, and trash

Fees:  $8.00 Per vehicle Day use   $36.00 Annual Pass

Campsite  $11.67 per night

South Shore Primitive Camping

FCFS   Pit toilet   Fire ring   Trash   Small covered pavilion with a picnic table   Drinking water

To reach the second section of South Shore pull back onto the secondary road and turn right. Less than 1/10 of a mile you will see the well maintained sites. The road is in good shape and the campground is exceptional for a primitive site. A few sites are on the water and the remaining just on the other side of the camp road. There are no bad sites, just not many of them. This campsite runs along the Missouri River and Lake Francis Case.

Lake Francis Case has a shoreline of 540 miles and a depth of 140 feet. The area is rural and shopping can be difficult. I suggest buying local when possible but stock up before you arrive.

Fishing from shore. Fishing: walleye northern pike sauger sunfish perch common carp black bullhead channel catfish smallmouth bass

Enjoy watching the bald Eagles during the winter months

LNT

Better than when you found it

Stay safe Happy travels

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