Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

5 Things to do at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is the oldest state park in North Dakota and provides a variety of unique adventures any traveler would enjoy. While exploring the diverse historical landscape, visitors will learn about the park's cultural, historical and natural influences.

Explore History

The vast rich history of Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is on display in the park Visitor Center for everyone to enjoy.

Go inside an Earthlodge

Six reconstructed earthlodges at On-A-Slant Village are open for tours. Get an insight into the lives of the Mandan people who once lived at On-a-Slant.

Tour Custer's House

You know how he died, now see how he lived. Take a tour of Custer's house along the parade grown at the cavalry post.

Look out from a Blockhouse

Get a bird's-eye view of the military post, On-A-Slant Village, the Missouri River and the capital city of Bismarck from the blockhouse.

Spend the Night

Cabins and tipis are two of the many ways to spend the night in the campground at the confluence of the Heart and Missouri rivers. Primitive and modern campsites are available.