What to do in Fort Stevenson State Park

This information was provided by North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department

On the north shore of giant Lake Sakakawea, Ft. Stevenson State Park is known as the walleye capital of North Dakota. A favorite spot for sportsmen to experience the great fishing on the lake, it is home to the Governor's Cup Walleye Fishing Derby, as well as a variety of other fishing tournaments.

Visitors will find a full service marina and swim beach, modern campground, sleeping cabins, visitor center, interpretive trails and prairie dog town.

* 438 acres
* 145 sites
* 30/50 amps
* Reservations
* Dump station
* Showers
* Sleeping cabins
* Visitor center
* Boat ramp
* Gas dock
* Camp store
* Boat/canoe rentals
* Swim beach
* Hiking trails
* Picnic shelters
* Arboretum
* Prairie dog town
* Meeting room

Recreation
A favorite spot for sportsmen to experience the great fishing on the lake. Visitors will find a full service marina and swim beach, modern campground, sleeping cabins, visitor center, interpretive trails and prairie dog town.

Location
Fort Stevenson State Park is located four miles south of the town of Garrison, ND, on County Road 15 (41st Ave. NW) on Lake Sakakawea's north shore.

Address
1252A 41st Ave. NW
Garrison, ND 58540

Phone: 701-337-5576

Email: fssp@state.nd.us
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