Celebrate Halloween this Weekend at Lewis & Clark State Park
Head to Lewis and Clark State Park the weekend of June 16th for their annual Monster Mash! It's so fun to see the campsites decorated for Halloween.
On Friday, June 16 hunt for ghosts, grab some ice cream for Susie Q and listen to some stories around the campfire.
Saturday, June 17 come dressed up in your favorite costume for the Monster Mash Games and see how quickly your team can make it through. Later on get yourself another helping of ice cream from Susie Q and go trick-or-treating around the campsites with your friends and family.
Finally, on Sunday morning June 18, stay for some fun crafts to end the weekend with. The event is free of charge but vehicle passes are required when entering the park and its $7/day or $35/year. For questions please contact the park at 701-859-3071.
Trader's Bay Visitor Center will be open for general purchasing from 9 a.m.- 8 p.m. (CST). NDPRD 2023 annual passes will be for sale. Contact the park for more information at 701-859-3071. Want to book a campsite for the whole Monster Mash weekend? Check availability and book online.
Next month, Christmas will come early to Lewis & Clark State Park. Get ready for a fun filled weekend jam packed with Christmas activities July 14, 15 & 16. The event is free of charge but vehicle passes are required when entering the park and its $7/day or $35/year.
Contact the park for more information at 701-859-3071. Want to book a campsite for the whole Christmas in July weekend? Check availability and book online.
Trader's Bay Visitors Center Summer Hours:
Sunday-Wednesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday-Saturday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Lewis and Clark State Park is a public recreation area occupies 525 acres on the north shore of the upper reaches of Lake Sakakawea 18 miles east of Williston in Williams County, North Dakota. The state park offers fishing, boating, camping, and picnicking.
Address: 4904 119th Rd NW, Epping, ND 58843