Description - The first crossing for the Watertown-to-Pierre stage line crossed the river here on American Indians' traditional rock river crossing. Belchers Ford, as the site was called, had a hotel for tourists. The park is named after Frank I. Fisher, the first permanent European settler in Spink County who lived at this site. A restored country school at the park reminds visitors of earlier times.
- Camping & Fees: $8/non-electrical, $11/electrical site. 28 sites (22 electrical). Showers. Water. Dump station.
Recreation - Canoe launch area with parking, on James River. Historical interest. Picnic shelter. Playground equipment.
Hiking: Historic interpretive trail follows along the James River. Old schoolhouse on property.
Fishing/Boating: Canoeing launch area. Fishing on the James River. License required
Located 7 miles east of Redfield off US Hwy 212