Densely spread across the north shore of Lake Sakakawea, Fort Stevenson State Park proves a favorite spot for fishermen and cyclists alike, as both the Governor’s Cup Walleye Fishing Derby and Candisc Bike ride are held at this massive park. This scenic park has a little bit for everyone.
Those looking for a relaxing break to get away can either stay in one of the three cabins available for rent (mid-May through September), or camp out at the modern campgrounds. A full service marina and a “beach” allow visitors to truly discover Lake Sakakawea, and a newly built Arboretum containing more than 50 native and foreign trees, flowers, shrubs and grasses.
3 miles south of Garrison on 41st Ave. NW.
438 acres, 145 camp sites, 30/50 amp electrical hookups, reservations, dump station, showers, sleeping cabins, visitor center, boat ramp, gas dock, camp store, boat/canoe rentals, swim beach, hiking trails, picnic shelters, arboretum, prairie dog town, meeting room
Fort Stevenson State Park
- North Dakota Fishing Hall of Fame
- Power Plant tours
- Broste Rock Museum
1252A 41st Ave. NW
Garrison, ND 58540