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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan

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  • We try and go every year. It's such a fun thing to do. Trick or treating in the summer! Campground is full with campers, most decorate and there is also a costume contest. We always have a great time....  more »
  • Made a stop here and spend about 2 hours as part of a mid-west trip. Some good/unique things you can do for minimal cost (just the cost entry cost without the custer house addition: - Can walk around ...  more »
  • Not only can you learn about the history of the fort there are also exhibits about the Mandan Indians. A beautiful day for a walk through the area.  more »
  • Cool place. Heart tipi was a bit dirty and was not very well put together. These tipis get a LOT of attention from other campers and sometimes people have a tendency of just walking in without being invited!! The grounds are pretty too and I had a few people take it upon themselves to use the grounds around my tipi for fishing and playing. Not the campgrounds fault for rude people.
  • Great historic park minutes away from Bismarck. Lots of nice trails with great views up on the hill.
  • It was a good time, apart form some mislabeled items, and a modern 45-70 case being passed of as old.
  • Beautiful scenery. It's a great place for history lovers.
  • Always lots to see, staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. We found some really nice walking trails as well. Some are paved and easy to maneuver others are minimal maintenance and require effort. We chose a more difficult trail and spotted several deer and other small animals. You can also bicycle if you prefer.