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When you rent an RV near Jamestown, North Dakota, consider settling into the rustic atmosphere at Jamestown Campground, a family and pet-friendly place to stay. The campground has a playground, horseshoe pits, outdoor games, and nature trails nearby. WiFi service is available throughout the RV park, so you can stay connected while camping here. There are full hookup sites with 30/50 amp service, and some sites offer pull-through access. Additional amenities include shower facilities and a laundromat. And when you're ready to build a campfire, firewood is also available on-site.
When you book an RV in Stutsman County, you can explore the vast undisturbed North Dakota wilderness or sample the well-crafted culinary delights that make the area unique. An RV rental gives you the freedom to see all that the region has to offer. Learn about some of the state's largest residents with a visit to the National Buffalo Museum and set aside some time to learn about the frontier life of the past while motorhome camping here. Head out along Interstate 94, and you can visit Bismarck to the west and Fargo to the east. Nature, culture, history, and the wide-open road make having an RV rental near Jamestown an excellent way to escape.
There's a lot of nature to check out when you're camping at Jamestown Campground. The National Audubon Society Edward M. Brigham III Alkali Lake Sanctuary is a 30-minute drive north of the campground near Spiritwood. With 2,300 acres of grasslands and wetlands, you can see hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife here. There’s also a 700-acre lake, making this an excellent area to hike around and embrace the beauty of nature.
You could also make your way just north of the city to the Jamestown Reservoir, a 2,000-acre lake surrounded by woodlands that offers multiple ways to enjoy your day. You can put a boat in the water at one of the boat launches or stick to the shore and enjoy some fishing. You can extend your visit by parking in one of the camping spots near the reservoir. There are multiple trails, a 24-hole disc golf course, and hunting opportunities as well.
Another fantastic place to stop with a Jamestown camper rental is Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge in Pingree. You can explore this prairie and wetlands habitat with a 5.5-mile driving tour if you wish. Then stop by the observation deck or one of the other areas for a chance to spot some of the over 250 species that migrate here every year. Wildlife observation, hunting, and hiking are popular here, and the frigid winter months transform the refuge into an excellent spot for snowshoeing and ice fishing.
When you're camping at Jamestown Campground near Jamestown, North Dakota, there's more to explore beyond the great outdoors. Head into the city of Jamestown and delve into the area's past with a visit to Frontier Village. Learn about the Wild West while observing the original buildings that have been moved here to create an authentic experience. Loaded with historical antiques and artifacts, there’s a lot to see here. You can witness a Wild West shootout, get an elevated view with a stagecoach or pony ride, and pick up some homemade goods from local artisans. Don't miss the Northern Pacific Railroad Depot housed on-site, which dates back to 1880.
Within walking distance of the Frontier Village, you'll find the World’s Largest Buffalo Monument. Standing at over 26 feet tall, this 60-ton cement behemoth can be seen from quite a distance. It's a nice spot for a photo opportunity before you head over to the National Buffalo Museum nearby. There you can learn the story of the American bison and the cultures that developed around these beasts of the west. You can delve into Native American history here as well as the story of how the bison grew to become America’s national mammal. While you're here, you'll have a chance to observe a live herd of bison too.
For some more North Dakota culture and history, stop by the 1883 Stutsman County Courthouse, the last building standing with ties to the establishment of the state. The structure's interior has been restored and provides an excellent recreation of this stunning courthouse's original finishes.
Come for the rolling prairies, tranquil lakes, and countless outdoor adventures, or immerse yourself in the culture of the old frontier days; book a travel trailer rental near Jamestown, park it at one of the sites at Jamestown Campground and you can start exploring the unique region.