Many out-of-state hunters make their yearly track to White Lake to enjoy hunting South Dakota's state bird. Combine that with the cooler temps and fall colors, the experience of walking the pastures and fields of White Lake, South Dakota is an experience no one will soon forget.
Many South Dakotans love hunting and many of them open their farms and homes to allow others to come and enjoy this popular sport. While pheasant hunting gets the most attention, there several other species to hunting, including duck, deer and more. To learn more about hunting, visit South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks.
White Lake has an active weekly dart league at local venues running September through March, leading into the State Dart Tournament.
Every kid (and adult) needs to cool off on the hot days and jump in the pool! White Lake's city swimming pool is open during the summer months.
For more information, please contact the City Office at 605-249-2301.
CITY PARK - kids and adults alike will enjoy our city park with acres of area to play and enjoy our South Dakota weather. Rules for the park are no cars or pets, please. The park offers a shelter for picnics, family reunions and any other type of gathering.
Photo courtesy of SD GF&P website
Baseball is America's favorite summer sport and White Lake offers a great opportunity to get active and to be a spectator.
Pictured at left is the Carl Fuhr Ball Field that has had several updates in recent years.
Video credit to BobRedFernTV YouTube channel
Whether you're a little rusty or just enjoy the sport, White Lake has a modern trap facility by the lake shore.
Trap league meets Sunday evenings during the summer months.
Photo credit Fish Lake website.
Fish Lake Country Club, a lush and beautiful golf course on the scenic shores of Fish Lake, is located 17 miles east of White Lake.
Fish Lake Country Club offers many opportunities for tournaments and membership for regular golfers. Visit their website: http://www.fishlakegolf.com/
Fishing at the Missouri River is a favorite among the local residents being just 28 miles from White Lake to the east shore line.
Besides the Missouri River, the White Lake region has numerous sites for the angler within easy traveling distance, from White Lake to Lake Wilmarth to secret, hidden spots in between. Ice fishing on the frozen Missouri makes for year-around sport. Visit SD Game, Fish, and Parks for licensing and additional information.