Swimming Pool

Recreation

South Dakota

Marker #22 on the Hiking Trails

Jerauld County Trap Club
Wayne Grohs
(605) 539-1028
Jerauld County Game, Fish & Parks
Chris Kuntz, Conservation Officer
​(605) 353-7146


Weskota Wellness
Contact Ellen Powell (605) 539-1201
Fitness Facility within Avera Weskota facility​


Starlight Bowling LLC
311 Main St. E
Wessington SPrings, SD 57382
(605) 539-1431


Springs Country Club & Golf Course
Craig Fonder
(605) 539-1944

Walking/Running on the track
Wessington Springs Track and Football Stadium
Wessington Springs School Office (605) 539-9391



Wessington Springs City Park
Linda Willman, County Auditor
(605) 539-1691

  1. Summer Recreation
    Youth Softball, Baseball, Swimming Lessons - Call the City Hall (605) 539-1691 for more details and to get signed up.
  2. City Park
    The park is City owned with many opportunities for use: RV & Tent camping with a bath house and several picnic shelters are available for your convenience. A free-will donation is accepted to help with the up keep.
  3. Hiking
    The Old Grade Trail is one of three nature and historic trails available to hike, bird watch, and learn about historical events that took place in the area. Maps are located in the information cabin (located in the south east corner of the park), at the trail heads (one on Alene Ave. S and one on Lookout Hill off Hwy 34), or in the foyer of City Hall.
  4. Swimming
    The Municipal Swimming Pool hours are listed on the community calendar, but you’ll need to call City Hall for information on swimming lessons.
  5. Field House
    The 1936 WPA Field House is available to rent for receptions, reunions, meetings, or a small family gathering. Hurry though to reserve the space for your event as this is a hot spot all year long!
  6. Other great opportunities available in the park are Disc Golf, Basketball, Tennis and Horse Shoes.
  7. Baseball
    The David Jost Memorial Field is host to many ball games throughout the summer. Funding to replace the grandstand after a tornado destroyed the historical one in 2003, allowed a new handi-cap accessible one to be built in 2005.
  8. The historic Rube Goldberg Ski Lift 
    ​Just stop in City Hall during regular business hours and the office personnel will help you learn how to use the ski lift so you can sled with family and friends! The Ski Lift located in the City Park, starts at the top of Lookout Hill right off of Hwy 34.  

​​Wessington Springs

Weskota Wellness Fitness 

David Jost Field

1936 WPA Field House