- Our list of the best things to do in Washburn, North Dakota, features the top 4 nearby activities — including 2 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Washburn, ND has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Washburn, ND , followed by 2 popular activities in nearby cities, including Mandan and Center
89% 72 votes
Intersection of US Hwy 83 and ND Hwy 200A, Washburn, ND 58577 MoreLess Info
The North Dakota Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center features a Lewis and Clark Gallery contains over 100 expedition items, including one of only six known working air rifles in the world. At the center, visitors can learn about the country's agrarian heritage, and learn about Prince Maximilian and Karl Bodme…
81% 16 votes
12 miles southeast of Hensler, Center, ND MoreLess Info
Cross Ranch State Park has a River People's Visitor Center with informational displays on the Missouri River before any dams were built to tame it. Canoe rental is available, along with a boat ramp allowing anglers to fish for walleye, pike and bass.
91% 11 votes
1252A 41st Ave. N.W., Garrison, ND MoreLess Info
Located just south of Garrison, North Dakota, Fort Stevenson State Park is a 549-acre natural site. Trails for hikers, cyclers, snowboarders and cross-country skiers are featured at the park. Sleeping cabins and campgrounds are also available.
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2174 Missouri Drive North, Mandan, ND 58554 MoreLess Info
Matah Adventures Canoe Rental & Guide Service is a full service water-based recreation company that operates along the Missouri River. In addition to general kayak and canoe rentals, the business offers guides for day trips along local waterways.
Missouri Riverboat Incorporates operates the Lewis and Clark Riverboat docked at Bismarck, North Dakota. The 150-passenger paddleboat provides a one hour pre-narrated dinner cruise on the Mississippi River past many areas that visitors would not see otherwise.
The Mandan Museum is run by the Mandan Historical Society, which works to preserve and promote the heritage of the area. Two permanent exhibits form the main part of the museum, which are the Theodore Roosevelt-Henry Waldo Coe Exhibit and the World War II Exhibit.