Dickinson, ND | Prairie Outpost Park
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Prairie Outpost Park

Prairie Outpost Park originated as a U.S. Bicentennial Project (1976) that was moved forward with the assistance of several community groups, ethnic organizations, and service clubs, notably the Chamber of Commerce’s Fine Arts Committee and the Stark County Historical Society. Encompassing the majority of the Museum Center’s nearly 12 acre campus Prairie Outpost Park includes relocated historic structures and purpose-built ethnic structures celebrating the Czech, Scandinavian and Germans from Russia cultures. Other features include a collection of petrified tree stumps, the re-creation of a typical coal mine entrance, a demonstration garden and a pavilion which is available to rent for events.

A Gazebo, Restrooms and the Heritage Pavilion are available for visitor use.

You may not enter the buildings unless you are part of a guided tour. Tours are available in the Summer only, tour times and availability vary.

Prairie Outpost Park consists of five historic and six reproduction buildings in Dickinson, ND.
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