Open: Open from Apr 1 through Oct 15 Number of Sites: 116 Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
The Bismarck area is rich in history. At Fort Abraham Lincoln, a key infantry and cavalry post in the 1800s, tour General George Custer's home. About 40 miles north of the capital city, the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center and re-created Fort Mandan describe how local Native Americans helped the men survive the brutal winter of 1804-05. Nearby, visit Knife River Indian Villages. Savor 21st-century convenience at the Bismarck KOA, a shady campground with easy access to I-94 and plenty of room for big rigs. There are basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, three playgrounds, a heated pool and banana bikes for rent. Remember your visit with a Lewis and Clark souvenir from the campground store.
50 Max Amp
90' Max Length
Pool (Open May 28 to Oct 15)
Corn Hole Toss
From I-94 take Exit 161 and go north for 1 mile. Or, from Rt 83 North, turn left at Century Avenue to Centennial Road, then left 1/2 mile.
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