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Outdoor Adventures

 

 Bismarck Parks & Recreation District
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400 East Front Avenue
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
Phone: (701) 222-6455
Website: http://www.bisparks.org


The Bismarck Parks & Recreation District is a gateway to healthy activities in the city of Bismarck. Whether you want to swing at some golf balls, swim with the kids, rent a shelter for a family reunion, ice skate, skateboard, or just hit the trails, they have all the information you are seeking. Visit their website for a full listing of their parks, programs, facilities, leisure services and events. Office Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5 pm.


Category:   Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor Activities:   Campgrounds  Golfing  Parks  Water Recreation  Winter Activities
 Mandan Parks & Recreation District
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2600 - 46th Avenue SE
Mandan, North Dakota 58554
Phone: (701) 751-6161
Website: http://www.mandanparks.com


The Mandan Parks & Recreation District's mission is to provide recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities, while improving the quality of life for the citizens of Mandan and its visitors. If you are looking for parks, recreational activites, golf courses, or ice skating rinks, they have what you are looking for. If you are a sports enthusiast or just want to have some fun with friends, they have many different indoor and outdoor activities for you. Visit their website for a full listing of their parks, programs, facilities, leisure activites and events.


Category:   Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor Activities:   Campgrounds  Golfing  Parks  Water Recreation  Winter Activities
 Huff Hills
image of | Huff Hills
5455 County Road 80
Mandan, North Dakota 58554
Phone: (701) 663-6421

Downhill skiing and snowboarding.


Category:   Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor Activities:   Winter Activities
 Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site
564 County Road 37
Stanton, North Dakota 58571
Phone: (701) 745-3300
Website: http://www.nps.gov/knri/index.htm


This site in Stanton was once home to several villages of Hidatsa and Mandan, with a total population of 3,000 to 5,000 people. These villages are where Lewis & Clark obtained the services of Sakakawea and her husband, Charbonneau. Visible remains of earthlodge dwellings, cache pits, fortification ditches and travois trails are in an extraordinarily fine state of preservation. A visitor center with museum exhibits, a short film and a furnished earthlodge provide interpretation on the site, and you can enjoy 14 miles of self-guided history and nature trails. During winter months, 10 miles of trails are groomed for cross-country skiing.


Category:   Attractions  Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor Activities:   Winter Activities