Located in Pipestone County, the state park is home to a dam and a stone bridge that were both constructed with Sioux quartzite. Both were constructed by Works Progress Administration in 1938. The craftsmanship of the bridge has earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Here you’ll also find camp sites, hiking trails, great fishing spots, a swimming beach and a number of places to launch your boat.
Images from Split Rock Creek State Park
The WPA Bridge, constructed in 1938.