|Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation||
North Dakota may be out-of-the way for those not-so-avid travelers, and a bit intimidating with it's beautiful wide open landscapes, uncluttered with road signs and freeway exits. Our goal is to make sure you feel welcomed and not frustrated when visiting our wonderful site, on the sandy banks of the grand Missour River.
Use the map below to find directions "to" and "from" Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. If this doesn't work don't hesitate to call us, and will gladly help you find your way.
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
4480 Fort Lincoln Rd.
Mandan, ND 58554
Stop by the Visitor Center to learn about the whole park!!!
The visitor center at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is located ¼ mile north of the park’s entrance. Construction of the Visitor Center was completed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934, and it houses the Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation's collection of artifiacts from the On-a-Slant Village and Fort Abraham Lincoln. Here at the Visitor Center, you are welcome to peruse the many displays, examine the artifacts, and learn about the Mandan Culture and the Frontier Army that once occupied this area.
Parking for the Visitor Center is located on the east side of the building. Plenty of parking is available, whether you are traveling by car, RV, or bus.
Enjoy your visit to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.