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Ft. Stevenson Rise in Reservations

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On a mostly beautiful weekend like this one, many of us would like to be Camping, fishing, and spending our night beneath the stars.

But if you plan on pitching a tent at Ft. Stevenson this season, you better make a reservation first.

The park fills up fast this time of year as family's trade their shirts for swimsuits.

Park employees suggest making a reservation 3 months before your trip via the states Park and Recreation Website. There you can pick out exactly what you need.

(Chad Trautman, Park Manager) "We have three types of sites. We have a sewer, water and electricity sites. Those are $30. We have water and electricity sites. Those are $20 a night, and then primitive camping, where you don't get any other services than water. Those are $12 a night."

You should also know there is a $5 vehicle fee. To make your reservation visit parkrec.nd.gov
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