Come experience Trent, our home town. A town where friends talk to each other, watch out for neighbors and have a great time. The number for our city office is 605-428-5160. Our electrical provider is Ottertail 800-257-4044. If you want information on our fine community please call or text Matt at 605-201-0450.
Western Spirit and Cowboy Festival
8:00 Dutch oven register, noon judging, 1:00 Awards
11:00 Ron and Jane Cote
1:00 Sherwin and Pam Linton
2:30 Andy Nelson Cowboy poet
4:00 Sherwin and Pam Linton
5:30 Auction of John Green Western Print
6:00 Campfire Concerto
8:00 Horse Trail Ride
10:00 Cowboy Church
11:00 Cowboy brunch
For information on the Horse trail ride or Dutch oven cook off, please call Jason at 785-410-3497
THINGS TO DO
CANOE & KAYAK RENTALS
For canoe & kayak rental give us a call at 605-428-5472. You won't believe that you are in South Dakota on this beautiful outing.
OLD FASHION SWIMMING HOLE
Enjoy our local swimming hole for only $2.00 per person. We have a huge floating trampoline and large sand beach. Our swimming hole is protected by lifeguards.
Sherwin and Pam Linton
Coming back for 2019
FUNCTION HALL RENTAL
If you are looking for an inexpensive function hall to have your event of any kind give us a call. Our function hall has room for a large event of any kind, plenty of parking and a kitchen. For rental information call Matt at 605-201-0450.
RIVER OF THE DOUBLE BEND CAMPGROUND
Campground including full hookups to tent campground. We are located on the beautiful Sioux River and have canoe & kayak rentals. The campground features newer bath house, an enclosed gazebo and camp store Give us a call at 605-428-5472.
Great people who want to see you have fun.
We are a fun little town about a half hour North of Sioux Falls. We feature a great bar that serves outstanding meals and a campground that has full service to tent camping sites and rents canoes and kayaks. We also have an old fashion swimming hole and an event center with reasonable rates for any type of function
"Wrinkles will only go where the smiles have been"