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 …
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|The following recreational trail segments are closed at this time due to the large amount of snow and drifting:
Chief Lookings’ Earthlodge Village Interpretive Trail
This 3/4 mile trail is as enjoyable as it is educational. Located on the Pioneer Park Overlook off Burnt Boat Road, this trail covers the layout and features of the Earthlodge Village occupied by the Mandan Indian Tribe dating back to 1675.
Rotary Club Arboretum Trail
This gravel trail on Divide Avenue and College Drive (the north corner of Tom O’Leary Golf Course) is designed to showcase a variety of plant life, including native trees and shrubbery, as well as non-native plant life. “George Bird” Rotary Park Arboretum Trail is a cooperative project of the Park District, Bismarck Forestry Department and the Bismarck Rotary Club.
The Park District asks citizens to abide by the following rules when using the trails:
- Walkers, joggers and bikers please keep to the right when using the trails.
- All dogs must be on a leash.
- Be aware of traffic approaching and behind you.
- Be aware of intersections and crossings.
- Please pick up you and your pet’s litter.
Bismarck Trails Map
- Red and blue trails are all designated as Shared Use Trails.
- Red trails have designated names and measured routes.
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Bismarck Parks Map
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