Category Archives: Dropdown: Extra Info – Parks & Trails


Chief Looking’s Village Reopens

Chief Looking’s Village reopens today, Friday, September 18. Improvements were made to the roadway, parking lots, and guardrails. The Chief Looking’s Village, 2023 Burnt Boat Dr., area features an interpretive trail, telling visitors about North Dakota’s first citizens. This natural …
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9-17-2020 Board of Park Commissioners Brief

  Kathy Feist, Bismarck Parks and Recreation District Finance Director, presented the 2021 Bismarck Parks and Recreation District Operating Budget. The 2021 budget is a balanced budget with no increase in mills. The Board of Park Commissioner’s approved the budget. …
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AARP Outdoor Fitness Park Organized by FitLot is Open

A new outdoor fitness space located at Jaycee Centennial Park, 321 E. Century Ave. is now complete, open and ready for all ages and abilities. AARP has teamed up with the non-profit FitLot to bring an outdoor fitness space to …
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Jaycee Centennial Park

321 East Century Ave. The park wraps around the corner and provides, what seems like, two parks in one. One part of the park has the Jaycee Community Building, which is used for all kinds of special events and serves …
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Elk Ridge Park – Coming late fall 2020

Elk Ridge Park, located near the Promontory Point area of north Bismarck, 3620 Cogburn Rd., was developed as part of the Neighborhood Park and Open Space Policy. The park will include a playground, parking lot, an open play area, six …
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Elk Ridge Park

3620 Cogburn Road Coming late fall 2020 Elk Ridge Park was developed as part of the Neighborhood Park and Open Space Policy. The park includes a playground, parking lot, an open play area, six pickleball courts, a restroom building, a …
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Cottonwood Park

2506 South 12th Street Cottonwood Park was once a flat piece of farm land along S. 12th Street in Bismarck. Now this 200 plus acre complex is full of activity and play options. You can walk or ride along the …
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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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