493 Elks Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
Phone: (701) 264-7300
Fax: (701) 483-9300
Prairie Outpost Park is spread over 12 acres (4.85 hectares) in Downtown Dickinson. Established in 1957, the park is home to some very important historic attractions of the city. Free tours remain available between last week of May and mid-August.
All Seasons Park is located at the intersection of 1st Avenue and 17th Street. The park provides limited recreational opportunities and includes a multi-use court and picnic shelters.
Young's Park is accessible via 9th Street in Dickinson, ND. The urban park features playgrounds and multi-use courts.
Theodore Roosevelt Center is a part of the Dickinson State University in Dickinson, ND. Entirely dedicated to President Roosevelt, the facility is home to thousands of photographs, documents, articles and various other ephemera related to the 26th American President.
Located at the intersection of 2nd Street West and Hollywood Boulevard is the College Park. Associated with the Dickinson State University, College Park is often sought for local, cultural events.
Simpson Park is located between 6th Avenue and 2nd Street. The small park includes a playground with swing sets and a basketball court.
Located at the corner of 5th Avenue and Broadway, Jaycee Park is home to Jaycee Park Disc Golf Course. Apart from golfing opportunities, the park also includes picnic shelters and is a nice place for a fun day out with the family.
One of the several city parks of Dickinson, Eagles Park lies between 4th Street and 2nd Avenue. Overlooking the Heart River, it includes a basketball court, a tennis court, a pavilion and a multi-used ground.
This 18-hole golf course is set amidst gorgeous periphery of Patterson Lake and Heart River. Tournaments and private golfing events are often hosted here.
Patterson Lake Recreational Area is accessible via Old Highway 10 and 114th Avenue. As such, the place offers a volley of outdoor recreations and activities such as camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, mountain biking and lots more.
Passing along this unique highway, the attractions you'll see aren't your run of the mill tourist towns, mountains or vistas. Instead, dotted all along the highway are local art installations made with recycled scrap metal; a true expression of craft and creativity. The highway features the largest scrap metal sculptures in the world, with installations like the The Tin Family, Deer Crossing and Pheasants on the Prairie. Conceptualized by local artist Gary Greff, the sculptures are aimed at attracting visitors to the little highway towns along the route. Visitors can pick up little souvenirs and miniature versions of the art pieces at the gift store in Regent.