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Set off to the center strip of America in search of more state capitals. When you book a luxury RV rental in Bismarck, you’ll have access to south-central North Dakota and north-central South Dakota. The city, which is the second largest behind Fargo, sits along the east bank of the Missouri River across from Mandan.

Bismarck really is a hub within North Dakota, employing more than 4600 individuals in the city alone. You’ll also find all the popular retail, healthcare, and other major businesses within city limits. Compared to its humble beginning with roots in Native American culture and further development by European settlers, it’s truly impressive how far Bismarck has come. You’ll also be happy to know that when passing through Bismarck in your motorhome rental, you’ll have ample green space just outside the downtown too.

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The Great Outdoors

Given that Bismarck lies next to the Missouri river, there’s a couple ways to enjoy the river while visiting here with your rental RV. Keelboat Park is an excellent outdoor learning venture. The self-guided walking tour along the river and takes you through the history of the area especially as it pertains to Lewis and Clark’s famed trek. The park includes a full-scale replica of the keelboat the two adventurers would have used at the time. Nearby “sibling” parks Chief Looking’s Village and Pioneer Park are adjacent to one another. Both offer interactive self-guided tours focused on the area’s original inhabitants. Visitors are also able to use the mountain biking trail, walking paths, playground, and sand volleyball court.

Bismarck’s popular McDowell Dam Recreation Area is great for a sunny day. The park allows swimming in the McDowell Dam and has a public beach to encourage it. To further entice the water, you’re able to rent a variety of boats and water sport vessels right on site. Once your skin is waterlogged, play some horseshoe or take a walk along the nature trails.

There are larger state parks available outside Bismarck for the true rugged folks. Cross Ranch State Park runs around undeveloped bits of the Missouri River in Oliver County. The woodland so untouched, its claim to visit here is to travel back to a time when Native American tribes were plentiful hundreds of years ago. Here, you’ll find 13 miles of hiking trails and ample fishing opportunities. A tad closer to Bismarck, you’ll find Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park in Mandan. This is the oldest state park in North Dakota and offers a unique combination of history, culture, and nature. Both the Missouri and Heart Rivers flow through creating great fishing. Set out on the trails to discover beautiful views of the river from overhead.

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The city hosts quite a few overnight options for you and your Bismark camper rental when staying in town. KOA’s Bismarck location is a great choice for families, especially those with younger children. This location offers full hookups for most sizes of RVs as well as an onsite pool, bike rentals, WiFi, and easy highway access. Another popular option is Hillcrest Acres RV Park also conveniently located in Bismarck. Hillcrest Acres offers a variety of RV hookup options at various prices to suit your needs with daily and weekly rates.

While there are plenty more prospective parks in Bismarck, there are also options in Mandan and Menoken should the busyness of the city be too much for your liking. There are many hookup and amenity options for whatever your wants are. A rental RV from Bismarck is made easily enjoyable with all these local RV parks!

Exploring the City

Downtown Bismarck is a happening metropolitan area. You’ll find all the stereotypical shops and businesses, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take full advantage of all the offerings. There’s a plethora of shopping and restaurants. So, whether you plan to tackle the downtown in one day or spread it out over several, Bismarck won’t disappoint.

One of your first stops should be the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum. Here you’ll be able to explore exactly why you chose to visit the area in your Bismark travel trailer rental. The history of this state is very rich and steeped in several cultural lineages. Follow the development of North Dakota from the earliest known geologic formations to the modern day city you see today.

For families or those with a child’s spirit, engaging in either the Dakota Zoo and/or the Superslide Amusement Park should help burn off some energy and get those steps in. The zoo houses 600 animals and hosts a variety of daily events for all ages to interact with and learn about the furry, slimy, feathered, and scaly residents here. Experience the family-friendly thrills of Superslide. The park has free admission and a variety of rides and attractions to entertain for a few hours.

North Dakota isn’t always an immediate addition to travel lists, but Bismarck has proven it’s plenty ready to cater to visitors looking to cruise around here with a luxury motorhome rental in Bismark, ND.

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