5 Things to see and do and Fort Stevenson State Park
Water activities are a big deal at Fort Stevenson State Park near Garrison, the Walleye Capital of North Dakota. Two marinas serve boaters and tree-lined camping areas and hiking trails make for a relaxing getaway.
Garrison Bay and de Trobrian marinas provide fuel, food, docks and easy access to Lake Sakakawea.
Tree-lined campsites, camping cabins and tenting areas are located along hiking and biking trails and the lake.
The Guardhouse Museum contains artifacts and stories from the days when Fort Stevenson guarded supply lines in Dakota Territory.
1200 Co Hwy 15
Garrison, ND 58540
Fort Stevenson provides easy access to recreational opportunities on Lake Sakakawea, including world-class fishing.
Fort Stevenson's location on the bluffs overlooking the lake are perfect for flying a kite and Sky Fest over Fort Stevenson in May.