FAQ Topic: Culture & Recreation
Campsites can be reserved in advance online for Blacktail Dam, Epping/Springbrook Dam, Kota Ray Dam, and Little Egypt. Up to four sites per park, per reservation, per person are allowed. Visit our Reservations page to reserve a site. Credit card (American Express, Visa, Discover, and MasterCard) is accepted online. A service fee of $3 will … Continued
If you made a campsite reservation online at a Williams County park, you can cancel or modify your reservation by visiting the webpage for the park where you have a reserved site or clicking the link provided in your reservation confirmation email. Contact the Parks Department for assistance.
Beginning March 1, 2023, campsites can be reserved in advance by booking online (not available for McGregor Dam) for any future date in 2023. Campers can reserve a site for maximum of 14 days (13 nights) with a maximum of four sites per reservation, per person.
Campsite check-in at all of our park campgrounds is 3 pm CT. Campers must vacate their site by 2 pm CT.
If you reserved a site online in advance When it is time for check-in (3 pm CT), you will receive an email with a link to follow to complete the check-in process. If you arrive at the park and do not have access to the email account you used to make your reservation, there is … Continued
The Williston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) maintains a community calendar for the greater Williston area and across Williams County.
The Williams County Park Board manages several boat ramps on small lakes for motorized and non-motorized watercraft. Find more information on their webpage. Boat ramps on the Missouri River are located at Lewis and Clark State Park and Lund’s Landing.
Find information about playgrounds managed by the Williams County Park Board on the Parks Department webpage.
Find information about campgrounds managed by the Williams County Park Board on the Parks Department webpage.