76 sites with city water, sewer, and 50, 30, 20 amp service at all sites.
The people of Garrison, North Dakota are known for their friendliness and welcoming attitude. The town was founded by two Taylor Brothers who had found gold in 1903-1904! A few years later they established another camp near today’s Lake Sakakawea which is also close enough so you can enjoy some fishing or hiking while your stay lasts (or both!).
Full service RV Park with 76 sites with both pull-through and back-in spaces. All sites equipped with water, sewer, and electricity.
The campground at Sakakawea RV Park offers Full service RV Park with 76 sites with both pull-through and back-in spaces. All sites equipped with water, sewer, and electricity.
This is your chance to get away from it all and spend some quality time in the great outdoors. You’ll have a comfortable spot with everything you need for an unforgettable experience, including use of amenities at any given moment!
Lake Sakakawea is the perfect place to go fishing. Anglers will find a full-service marina, convenience store and fish cleaning station on site at Lake's edge! There are boat ramps in this park offering deep water access for some of biggest salmons around so get your gear ready because it'll be an experience like no other!!
Lake Sakakawea is a stunning 549 acre park on the North Shore of beautiful Lake Sakakawea. There's also interpretive trails for all levels so you can learn about this incredible area while enjoying nature alongside it too - if not through those then possibly by observing 360 degree views from any one spot around the peninsula boastful tip which includes both bays within view (and maybe even some wildlife).
Take a refreshing dip on a hot day and have a great time at the Garrison Swimming Pool which includes a slide and little tykes wadding pool. Pool may close due to weather.
If you're looking for an adventure, then this 18-hole disc golf course is just what the doctor ordered. You'll need to bring your own equipment but it will be worth every pain in neck and back!
Preserving the history of Garrison and the surrounding area, the 1905 train depot serves as a museum for period items. The park also features a country school, country church, telephone office, two fully furnished homestead houses, and a log cabin.
Garrison is located on the north shore of beautiful Lake Sakakawea. The lake, named for the Native American woman who joined Lewis & Clark 200+ years ago, is the third-largest manmade lake in the United States. It's filled by the Missouri River and contained by the Garrison Dam, the country's fifth largest. This huge lake, with more shoreline than California, is home to numerous species. Walleye is the most popular catch, but anglers can also reel in northern pike, chinook salmon, smallmouth bass, white bass, yellow perch, crappie, and sauger.