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Experience Mandan

Raging Rivers Waterpark

Raging Rivers Waterpark is the place to be to escape the heat in the summer. They have so many fun opportunities at the park.

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Universal Playground Eagles

Fun for all ages! This park is accessible for everyone and has a covered picnic area for anyone to use. 

Prairie West Golf Course

This state of the art golf course provides the customer with top of the line course experience. This course has 18 holes with a Par 72. The golf course has many other amenities that they offer. 

Mandan Municipal Golf Course

The Mandan Municipal Golf Course has been around since 1925. This incredible course provides the golfer with a 9 holes Par 35 experience. The course offers many other amenities. 

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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is the oldest state park in the state. It was officially established in 1907. The park has multiple experiences that you can partake in. Including biking and hiking trails. Take time to explore this wonderful place in North Dakota. 

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Dacotah Centennial Park

This multi-purpose park has so many options to be a part of. They have affordable campsites for your camping needs. Along with a new stadium to host rodeos. They also are home to Dacotah Speedway, which is where races are held almost weekly in the summer. Check out what they have to offer.

Huff Hills Ski Area

The Huff Hills Ski Area has been around since 1993. Although, the original land was a ski area in the 1960's called Twilight Hills. After a few years, Twilight Hills closed. A few residents from the area decided to bring back this sort of recreation. Now the area has multiple runs and lifts for you to enjoy. 

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North Dakota State Railroad Museum

This museum is just off the Old Red Trail. It has a multitude of railroad displays, artifacts, and pictures. Check out what events they have during the season. 

Custer House

Visit the Custer House at the Fort Lincoln State Park. This house is a reconstruction of General George and Libbie Custer's house. 

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