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The Oahe Dam Downstream Fort Pierre Trail begins at Oahe Downstream Recreation Area, a state park located under the Oahe Dam on the Missouri River. The park is known for its bald eagles and butterflies, and is a popular place for camping, boating, and fishing. Most of the trail passes through farmland and prairie. The trail ends on the outskirts of Fort Pierre. The Riverfront Trail which starts a few blocks east, allows bicyclists to cross the Missouri River into Pierre.
Parking is available near the Powwow Grounds in Oahe Downstream Recreation Area. From SR 1806, turn onto Power House Rd, then take the first right.
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