Dickinson's hotel availibility has increased,
making it easier for visitors to find lodging for leisure, sports or business travel. More rooms,
more availability, and more hospitality in Dickinson.
In Dickinson, you will find over 1,700 lodging
rooms that offer everything you need to make
your overnight stay comfortable. Dickinson offers golfing, festivals, unique shopping, museums, recreational facilities, dining.
The Western Edge, is not only rolling plains and prairie buttes; it’s an area that has great outdoor experiences and family entertainment. Dickinson is located in southwest North Dakota, a short drive away from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Little Missouri State Park, and over a million acres of US Forest Grasslands that are home to the badlands, a rugged landscape of twisted hills, juniper trees and a variety of large and small wildlife.
The Dakota Dinosaur Museum is open May 1st through Labor Day, with eleven full-scale dinosaurs, complete earth science exhibit, spectacular rock and mineral collection, and numerous fossils. A rare complete Triceratops skull is on display in the museum, attracting thousands of visitors annually.
Theodore Roosevelt ranched just west of Dickinson, where he owned the Maltese Cross Ranch and the Elkhorn Ranch in the late 1800’s. The Theodore Roosevelt Center is located at Dickinson State University. Stop over to the Dickinson Museum Center to learn about the early settlers, how they struggled on the open prairie, endured hardships, and experienced the joys of self reliance, all with the lack of social media in their lives.
Downtown Dickinson has the unique stores that make shopping experiences fun while in town. Stix n’ Twigs organic restaurant, along with fine dining at the BrickHouse Grille gives the upscale experience for residents and visitors. Enjoy history and a great cup of locally roasted coffee at The Brew Coffee House, located near the city center.