The following recreational trail segments are closed at this time due to the large amount of snow and drifting:
North Washington – Calgary to 57th • Ash Coulee – Washington to the Water tower • Valley Drive – Mustang Dr. to Round Top Rd. • Edgewood Trail East – Intersection of Minnesota Dr. and Knudson Ave. to …
Wachter Park will be closed until Fall of 2017.
Due to the construction of the new rink at Schaumberg, the current Wachter Park is closed and will be replaced to make way for the new building and parking lot. Don’t worry a brand NEW Wachter park will be coming in …
BPRD Geocache Challenge
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) has partnered with the North Dakota Geocaching Association (NDGA) to establish 12 geocaching sites in BPRD’s system of parks and trails.
What is geocaching?
It’s a free outdoor recreational activity. Participants search and find hidden objects by using Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates that are posted that are posted on geocaching.com.
The passport, below, will help you keep track of all the caches that you find. You can print the passport or get a passport inside a geocache. The passports and the caches are in BPRD parks to stay. Cache searchers can take their time and enjoy the hunt, the find and BPRD’s parks. Find all of them (in a week, in two months, six months, whenever) in Bismarck’s park and trail system.
Bring the completed passport to the BPRD Administrative office at 400 E. Front Ave. (open M-F, 7:30am-5pm) to receive a prize.