About Bismarck Mandan

Living in Bismarck-Mandan provides you with an array of year-round activities, events and access to many historical and recreational attractions. The Missouri River borders the two cities and attracts young and old to fish, swim, socialize, boat or just sit and contemplate.Bismarck Mandan Water

Some of the more popular destinations include The Dakota Zoo, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, North Dakota State Capitol and Heritage Center and the Lewis and Clark Riverboat. If golf is your thing, there are seven courses to choose from, including Hawktree Golf Club, which is rated #19 on "America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses".

Besides golf, Bismarck-Mandan is home to an extensive trail system, which allows you to go for miles and miles walking, biking or running. Is fishing your sport? The Missouri River and surrounding area lakes provide plenty of opportunity to drop your hook. Hunters will also find some of the best hunting land in the world right "outside their door" since Bismarck-Mandan sits in the center of North Dakota and its outdoor resources.

When you need some culture, head to the Bismarck Arts and Galleries, attend The Symphony, a dance performance, or one of the many plays and musicals produced each year. And, let’s not forget shopping! You'll find many unique, locally-owned shops as well as your favorite national names at one of our many shopping districts.

Bismarck-Mandan welcomes you to experience all it has to offer.

Bismarck Parks and Recreation Bismarck Tribune
North Dakota Tourism The City Magazine
Mandan Parks and Recreation
North Dakota State Government Bismarck Public Schools
City of Bismarck Mandan Public Schools
City of Mandan St Mary's High
Bismarck Mandan Convention and Visitors Bureau St Mary's Elementary
St. Anne's Cathedral
Martin Luther School
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