View of Lake Sakakawea from a picnic table

Parks

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Contact

Physical Address (and FedEx/UPS)
Williams County Administration Building, 1st Floor
206 E Broadway
Williston, ND 58801

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 2047
Williston, ND 58802-2047

About

Director: Jeremy Ludlum

Williams County has many great parks to visit and explore! The Parks Department and the County Park Board are responsible for managing Lookout Park, the Blacktail Dam Golf Course, and the campsites at Blacktail Dam, Epping/Springbrook Dam, Kota Ray Dam, Little Egypt, and McGregor Dam.

Events

Aug 20 2021

2021 Summer Concert Series: McGregor Dam

7:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Add to calendar 2021-08-20 19:00:00 2021-08-20 21:00:00 America/Chicago 2021 Summer Concert Series: McGregor Dam Band: Ted & Kari (acoustic rock and country) Ted and Kari are an acoustic duo from Tioga ND that loves to have fun with a crowd. They play everything from rock to country to oldies to modern. In addition to covers, Ted and Kari incorporate original music.Pack a picnic and come out to the park to hear some tunes and enjoy the evening! The concert is free and open to the public. Restrooms will be available, but please bring your own refreshments and chairs.Park Information and Directions

Band: Ted & Kari (acoustic rock and country) Ted and Kari are an acoustic duo from Tioga ND that loves to have fun with a crowd. They play everything from rock to country to oldies to modern. In addition to covers, Ted and Kari incorporate original music. Pack a picnic and come out to the...

Parks Master Plan

Williams County is formulating a Park System Master Plan to establish a long-range vision for what the future park system should look like to meet the recreational needs of the community. It is an action plan meant to guide future investments based on a list of strategic goals, policies and priorities for improvements, development, redevelopment, and acquisitions in alignment with available resources.

The Park System Master Plan will provide the necessary framework for Williams County to implement strategic improvements that will be of greatest benefit to the community and will identify future funding necessary to improve the system in terms of infrastructure, staffing, operations and maintenance.

Williams County Parks is including various methods of community engagement during the study to identify current needs, issues and ideas for the future.

Thanks to everyone that completed the survey! Concept plans will be brought back to the community for feedback in order to determine a preferred approach. The final Master Plan will be released in fall of 2021.

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