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Is your RV camping trip taking your crew to the great state of North Dakota? Just 20 minutes north of Bismarck, 45 minutes from New Salem, and just south of Wilton, you’ll find Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. This park is packed with historical significance and scenic landscapes. Smack in the middle of the Roughrider State, this park is located right where the Heart River and Missouri River merge, which makes it a great spot for fishing.

In the early 1930s as part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, the Civilian Conservation Corps began construction on Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. The CCC was responsible for building the visitors' center, the roads, the campground itself, as well as reconstructing five of the Earthlodges that originally occupied the area before the European settlers came in.

This place is rich in history and beautiful in nature. The lovely trails and crisp river water will give you the peace and relaxation you're looking for when planning this trip. Book an RV in Morton County and see what North Dakota camping is all about.

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Getting Outdoors

Hiking at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is a lovely experience, as the park offers nearly seven miles of trails to its visitors. The Scouts Trail System consists of five trails and one pass, ranging from eight-tenths of a mile and two miles in length. All trails are open not only to hikers, but also to horseback riders, snowshoers, and mountain bikers alike. Explore the park on these grassy or hard-packed pathways and enjoy the sounds of nature, as the use of motorized vehicles on the trails is strictly prohibited.

Don’t forget to bring your fishing gear. Fishing at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is sure to provide some fun in the sun. The Missouri and Heart Rivers provide a lively hangout spot for catfish, trout, walleye, and northern pike. Leave your worries in the camper rental, toss a line into the river, and see what you can reel in! The park also provides a cleaning table so you can prepare your catch for the grill.

Fort Abraham is rich in history, as early European explorers Lewis and Clark traversed the rivers of this park as they explored the new land. The On-A-Slant village is an area of native peoples that was wiped out by smallpox in the early 1800s and has since been preserved by the park. This site commemorates the lives and culture of the people who lived before and also pays tribute to Lewis and Clark for their bravery during the voyage.

Camping at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

The state park campground offers 82 campsites for Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park campers. All of them have water and electrical hookups with 30 and 50-amp service. There aren’t any full hookups available, but the park does provide dump stations and water spigots. The park is kid-friendly and welcomes pets as long as they're well-behaved and on a leash.

Those planning to camp at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park can reserve their spot up to 95 days ahead of time. Cell phone reception is spotty, but there's water access and a playground on-site. Most RV campsites are back-in, but some are pull-through and some accommodate large campervan rentals. The park also offers flush toilets, showers, a gift shop, coffee shop, and visitors' center.

Exploring the Area

If you’re looking to do a bit of exploring, discover the city of Mandan for a full day of fun. This charming city has everything from bowling alleys to ski slopes. Learn about the area’s history at the Mandan Historical Museum, take a dip in Harmon Lake, or hang out with the sea life at the Mandan Aquatic Center. See a show at the All Seasons Arena or swing a club at any of the local golf courses. Whatever your interests, Mandan is a nice place to check out during your stay.

Want to interact with animals from all over the world? The Dakota Zoo is only a few miles from the park. See bobcats, grizzly bears, tortoises, bison, and more! Dakota Zoo has an interactive exhibit that will bring you up close and personal with some of the creatures with the aid of the park’s trained professionals. Dakota Zoo also specializes in educating the public on conservation of wildlife and the planet as a whole, as well as giving the public a better understanding of the natural world around them. This park is a great family-friendly destination.

Since you’re already in North Dakota, why not learn about its heritage? In the town of Bismarck, you’ll find the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum. This high-tech museum is full of fascinating exhibits, stories, artifacts, and specimens from the state’s long and important history. Learn all about the indigenous people who once roamed the lands, the early European settlers, more modern history, and even prehistoric events.

When it's time to pack up and hit the road, there are tons of gas stations in Mandan right off I-94. Also between Bismarck and Mandan, you’ll find a whole string of restaurants of various styles worth visiting. Once you and your gas tank are full, I-94 can take you east towards Minnesota or west towards Montana.

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