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Where Does Your Food Come From?

Children in the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District’s Activity Center program at Roosevelt School learned about growing food. Using produce provided by the Victory Gardens at the Missouri River Correction Center and the North Dakota State Pen, the kids got …
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Fall Program Registration Information

Registration for all fall programs opens online at 8am on Tuesday, August 4. Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) is planning to move forward and offer all of our fall programmings at this time and are encouraging people to register. …
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Board of Park Commissioners Brief 7-16-2020

This was the first full meeting of the Board of Park Commissioners since the June primary election. Kathy Feist, Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) Finance Director presented the proposed 2021 budget. The proposed budget is a balanced budget with …
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2020 July Photo Contest

Scheels Sports Complex

  2000 Shiloh Dr. The Scheels Complex is roughly 50 acres in size and has eight youth baseball fields. Four of the fields have grass infields with mounds and all fields have scoreboards. The complex includes parking, restrooms, concessions and …
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Sunrise Park

  3201 Northrop Dr. This park is in northeast Bismarck, in the Sunrise Elementary School neighborhood. This park, located at 3201 Northrop Drive, has a ship-themed play area, loop trail, shelter and open play space. Argggg, Matey, grab a friend …
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New Generations Park

1021 Mustang Dr. New Generations Park is located in the Mustang Drive, Stagecoach Circle and Saddle Ridge Road area of northwest Bismarck. New Generations playground has a “Wild West” theme with “Fort Fun”, an accessible play structure for ages 2-5, …
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Southland Park

  304 Santa Fe Ave. Project Development: Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) acquired this piece of property in August, 2014. Sattler Homes approached BPRD and asked for permission to develop the property into a park, and also offered to …
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Custer Park

320 E. Custer Park Street Did you know that this park is Bismarck’s first park? This little gem is located on S. Washington St. and Broadway Ave. You may hear people say, “You know, that park with the eagle.” This …
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Lions Park

1601 E. Boulevard Lions Park is one of Bismarck’s oldest parks. This park has been renovated over the past several years. New trails, roadways, lighting, irrigation, a new disc golf course, renovated tennis courts, tree plantings and new playgrounds have …
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