Category Archives: Dropdown: Extra Info – Parks & Trails

The men’s hot tub at Capital Racquet & Fitness Center will be temporarily closed for maintenance from Wednesday, May 12 to the morning of Thursday, May 13.

Arbor Day 2021

The Bismarck community celebrated Arbor Day on May 7 at Heritage Park in northwest Bismarck. Liberty Elementary School fourth graders sang songs, shared readings, performed a skit and told jokes about trees to commemorate the event. Chad Moldenhauer, Heritage Development, …
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BPRD Featured in ND Insurance Reserve Fund Magazine

Bismarck Parks and Recreation District’s work with partners and focus on risk management and safety are highlighted in the Member Feature in the Spring 2021 edition of the North Dakota Insurance Reserve Fund’s The Participator. Read the article.

Joann Hetzel Memorial 4-H Building

3715 E Bismarck Expressway Accessible Bathrooms Electricity Garbage Heated PA System Water Table/Chair Seating Capacity: 435 Seating Only Capacity: 830

Tom O’Leary Tennis Courts Parking Lot Closed

Great news: Bismarck Parks and Recreation District, with supporting funds from the Bismarck-Mandan Tennis Association. St. Mary’s Central High School Booster Club and Bismarck Public Schools, is building a restroom/tournament building just north of the Tom O’Leary Tennis Courts. The …
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Lions Park Community Room

1601 E. Boulevard. Accessible Bathrooms Electricity – 6 outlets Garbage Heated and A/C Horseshoes Playgrounds Tennis Courts Skateboard Park Capacity: 36 Tables: 6 – 8’ tables. Available April 1 through May 31 and from August 7 through November 30.

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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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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