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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan
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  • Very educational. Had an excellent tour of General George Custer's home. They do an excellent job of educating on the historical significance and the life and times of this area. After the tour of the...  more »
  • It was a fun family day trip. We rode the trolley to and from so it was a peaceful ride. Lots of things to learn. A lot of walking. Wear good shoes. They do have a tractor with a trailer that stops at...  more »
  • Lovely park on the Missouri and Heart Rivers. On-A-Slant Village is located at the park and it is so cool to step back in time and see how the indians lived so long ago. 
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  • Wonderful campground with a comfortable Comfort Station that has warm clean showers. Nice hiking/biking trails, well groomed sites. Only downfall is the water for the camper is too far away.
  • Nice Park on the River, although the River can't be seen from most camp sights. Showers and bathrooms were clean. The park employees don't give any information about the Park. Not informational at all. Guess it's a seek n find place? Maybe they assume visitors know about the Park and the area? They could hand out a pamphlet. We were not informed of many things. I won't disclose, but check it out and good luck to pry for information. Camp hosts arn't there much to ask either.
  • Great indoor facilities, slant village is a must see if you are interested in the earth lodge construction. Great for kids of all ages. But bring a coat when visiting the scout outposts, it is very windy on the plateau
  • If you have a young family, this place is a must! There are interactive sites where the "junior cadets" can "enroll in the infantry", shoot a rubber band gun, and learn about history at the same time. The Custer house and earth lodges are incredibly interesting to both young and the blockhouses offer a beautiful view. We spent the weekend at the campground and they had a program where you could be a contestant like on the show "Survivor." It was very much a family friendly fun time and the winning team even got a fire starter log! The only downside is that it can be a bit noisy at the campsite, but overall, it was a great time!
  • 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.