Camping

Jamestown ND Camping

Jamestown offers a host of camping options and some of the best in North Dakota.

Campgrounds feature both tent and RV sites. Spend your day splashing, boating, fishing, hiking, riding, or exploring Jamestown. When you’re done, settle into your campsite to discover the beauty of a prairie sunset and create unforgettable moments around the glow of a crackling campfire. Roast hotdogs for dinner and marshmallows for dessert, or visit one of the many area restaurants. Jamestown, ND camping doesn’t have to be a “rough-it and tough-it” experience. You can get away from it all without getting away from it all because all the amenities you love are just a short drive away.

Frontier Fort Campground

On the road to the Frontier Village, World’s Largest Buffalo Monument, and the National Buffalo Museum, this campground is easy to access from I-94.

Details

  • RVs and tents
  • Near the White Cloud Nature Trail
  • Bar & Grill
  • 1838 3rd Ave SE
    • From Highway 281, turn east onto 17th St SW

Phone

701-252-7492
Jamestown Campground

Jamestown Campground is a former KOA site. It is also easily accessible from I-94. I-94 Exit 256. Good Sam campground. RVs and tents.

Details

  • I-94 Exit 256
  • Good Sam campground
  • RVs and tents
  • 3605 80th Ave SE

Phone

701-252-6262
Lakeside Campground

Lakeside Campground is located just north of Jamestown on the east side of the Jamestown Reservoir, the most developed body of water in the Jamestown area. Easy access to the Jamestown Reservoir, the largest and most developed body of water in Stutsman County. RVs, tents, no-frills cabins. Marina, fishing docks and boat launches. Public beach and Little Britches Fishing Pond

Details

  • Easy access to the Jamestown Reservoir, the largest and most developed body of water in Stutsman County
  • RVs, tents, no-frills cabins
  • Marina, fishing docks and boat launches
  • Public beach and Little Britches Fishing Pond
  • 3225 E. Lakeside Road

Phone

701-368-1365
Parkhurst Campground

Parkhurst offers primitive camping, on a first come first serve basis, on the north side of Pipestem Dam. It offers easy access to Pipestem Lake and some of the best trails in the area. It also features horse corrals, parking pads specifically designed for horse trailers, and a horse trail to the west of the campground. Easy access to Pipestem Lake. RVs and tents. North Ridge Trail and Pipestem Creek Trail nearby.

Details

  • Easy access to Pipestem Lake
  • RVs and tents
  • North Ridge Trail and Pipestem Creek Trail nearby

Phone

701-252-7666
Pelican Point Landing Campground

Pelican Point Landing is a great place to get away from it all. It is located about 10 miles north of Jamestown, right on the Jamestown Reservoir, the largest and most developed body of water in Stutsman County. It offers several on-site amenities and close enough to town to get everything you need. RVs, tents, and no-frills cabins. Marina, fishing docks and boat launches. Public beach.

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Details

  • Right on the Jamestown Reservoir, the largest and most developed body of water in Stutsman County
  • RVs, tents, and no-frills cabins
  • Marina, fishing docks and boat launches
  • Public beach
  • 8310 20th St SE

Phone

701-952-2222
Shady Cove Campground – Spiritwood Resort

Spiritwood Resort is the premier destination for a Spiritwood Lake vacation. It features entertainment several times a year.

Details

  • Spiritwood Lake
  • 435 Spirit Inn Rd, Spiritwood, ND

Phone

701-252-4963
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