Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park ,
4480 Fort Lincoln Road,
Mandan, ND
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General George Custer's last home is reconstructed, as are the central barracks, granary, commissary and a stable. Tours take visitors back to 1875, the year before the 7th Cavalry rode to the Little Bighorn. Museum and tour of On-A-Slant Indian Village's five reconstructed earthlodges.

Seasonal tours:

Guided tours are held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Discover what life what like as a frontier soldier as you participate in a living history tour. Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Center or Commissary.

Self-guided tours give insight into the lifestyle and culture of the Mandan Indians who occupied the earth lodges of the On-A-Slant Indian Village from about 1575-1781.

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All Features

    • Guides Available,
    • Self-guided Tours
    • Open Year 'Round,
    • By Appointment Only,
    • Long Term Rentals,
    • Monthly Rentals,
    • Seasonal
    • Electricity,
    • RV Sites,
    • Sewer,
    • Showers,
    • Tenting,
    • Dump Station,
    • Water
    • Fishing,
    • Restrooms,
    • Trails
    • Family-Friendly,
    • Pet-Friendly
    • Accommodates Tour Groups,
    • Advance Reservations Required for Groups
    • Riverfront,
    • Countryside
    • Bus/Motorcoach Parking On Site,
    • Parking Lot,
    • Street Parking
    • Accessible Entrance,
    • Dirt/Crushed,
    • Partially Paved,
    • Paved,
    • Service Animals Allowed,
    • Wheelchair-accessible,
    • Wheelchair-accessible Seating

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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

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