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Located east of the Dickinson Museum Center complex. This 12 acre historic village is home to several buildings that have been brought in from around southwestern North Dakota. Guided tours are included with a Museum ticket purchase and are...more
Decided to take a look at the park that we had only seen going by on the highway. The buildings are cute, lots of green grass space and plenty of picture opportunities. We had fun ringing the big bell by the school. The petrified wood...More
The park game bed you a nice overview of prairie town life. There's a beautiful Veterans chapel and a WW I style victory garden adjacent to a house built during that era. Only problem was not every building had signage so if you visit after...More
In the summer, Prairie Outpost Park comes alive with historical tours through its variety of buildings. I was fortunate to take visiting family through the one room school house when an elderly gentleman and his family were touring at the same time. The guide had...More
I parked at the dinosaur museum & walked on the paved path east of the museum right to the outpost park. Great walk for a beautiful day. Families leaving the dinosaur museum went here letting their young children run around. It's a nice place to...More
This is a lovely park that contains several examples of different cultures that settled in the area. There is also a veterans memorial building, and many buildings depicting life from earlier days such as an old school house and a train depot. My favorite buildings...More
The picture depicting outpost park is misleading. I moved to Dickinson North Dakota a month ago and the first thing I did was look for the place in the picture needless to say it is nowhere to be found at least not in Dickinson. Very...More