Fort Seward

Step back in time as you explore Fort Seward, which overlooks the beautiful James River Valley in Jamestown, ND.

The well-kept grounds feature an interpretive center and the largest United States flag on display in North Dakota (weather permitting). Fort Seward was in operation from 1872 to 1877.

The main job of the men who served there was to oversee the building of the railroad through Jamestown. Today, it is the starting point for the Fort Seward, Inc. Annual Wagon Train, as well as the host for the annual Big Guns of the Old West event.

If you want to experience Fort Seward as the men did in 1875, you can camp (or glamp as everything except your food is provided) in a Sibley tent.

Hours

Memorial Day to Labor Day 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Phone
701-251-1875
Website
fortsewardreconstruction.net/
Address

605 10th Ave NW
Jamestown, ND 58401

Discover more...
Frontier Village
The world of the prairie pioneers brought to life. Discover
Talking Trail
Immerse yourself in the stories that have made Jamestown the community it is today. Discover
Stutsman Co. Museum
Journey back through Stutsman County's history. Discover
1883 Stutsman County Courthouse
Explore the birthplace of North Dakota's statehood. Discover
Louis L'Amour
Learn about the legendary author. Discover