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Fort Stevenson State Park

3 Miles South of Garrison

Among the state's most popular attractions, this 549 acre park is located on the tip of a peninsula between two bays on the North Shore of beautiful Lake Sakakawea. Visitors will find a modern campground, cabins, visitor center, year-round events, interpretive trails and prairie dog town, as well as boat launching facilities.

Seasonal (May-September); Off Season (Limited Services)

  • 120 Single Sites, 20 Group Sites (Modern or Modern Plus)
  • 39 Single Sites, 2 Group Sites (Primitive)
  • 3 Camper Cabins & 2 Year-Round Family Cabins
  • Comfort Stations with showers
  • RV Dump Station
  • 2 Marinas with Boat Ramps & Docks
  • Slip Rentals
  • Fish Cleaning Station
  • Full Service Marina & Store w/ on water gas dock
  • Visitor Center
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Arboretum
  • Prairie Dog Town
  • 10 Miles of Trails (Snow Shoe, Fat Tire Bike, & Cross Country Ski rentals)
  • Boat/ Pontoon Rentals
  • Stand Up Paddleboard/ Canoe/ Paddle Boat/ Kayak Rentals
  • Loaner Campground Games
  • Fort Stevenson Guardhouse Interpretive Center
  • Meeting Space
  • Playgrounds
  • Swim Beach
  • Dog Park
  • Geocaching (Rental GPS units available)
  • Shore Fishing

10 Miles of Trails: Hiking, biking and interpretive opportunities in long, linear trail segments and shorter loops. The trail system winds through tree plantings, shrub lands, ponderosa pine woodlands, wooded ravines, grasslands and native prairie. Trails follow the lake shoreline and wander over remote portions of the park; check out the trail map here.  (1.7- deTrobriand Loop, 0.9- Whitetail Loop, 0.7 Trooper Challenge Loop, 1- Purple Coneflower Trail, 2.3- Flickertail Trail, 0.2- Eagle Ridge Loop, 0.48- Arboretum Trail, 2.2- Northern Pine Loop)