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Final Weekend for Open Gym

The Open Gym program for youth and adults offered by the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) in cooperation with Bismarck Public Schools will end for the season March 6-7.  The Open Gym program offers the use of neighborhood gymnasiums …
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2020 In the Rearview Mirror

What a year! Despite the many challenges that our community faced together, Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) worked very hard to provide recreational opportunities, great parks and sports complexes, trails, playgrounds and safe facilities. Many of our programs, facilities …
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The outdoor warming houses are currently closed until further notice.

The Expressway underpass shared use trail segment is closed until further notice. The river elevation changes have flooded the tunnel, creating unsafe conditions.

Flurry Fest – Events all month long

There’s a flurry of activity planned for Flurry Fest, Bismarck Parks and Recreation District’s (BPRD) annual winter festival. Flurry Fest takes place the entire month of February. Many popular Flurry Fest events are planned, such as the annual Treasure Hunt, …
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Ducks Unlimited one step closer to creating Bismarck park

2021 Flurry Fest Photo Contest

Short Hikes for Cool Days

Discover small trails for the small ones in your home. Bismarck Parks and Recreation District has several not-so-big trails located within parks that are perfect for those with not-so-long legs. Here are some options for short hikes on cooler, winter …
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Meet Bismarck’s Newest Park

Welcome to the family, Elk Ridge Park. Elk Ridge Park, 3620 Cogburn Rd. in northwest Bismarck, was created and built using the City of Bismarck’s Neighborhood Parks and Open Space Policy. This policy provides for parks and open spaces within …
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We Blitzed Our Community

What a buzz! Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) joined 57 other park agencies across the country and hosted a Parks for Pollinators BioBlitz September 20-30. What’s that? BPRD asked folks to safely explore parks and open spaces to take …
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