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Here at Dickinson Parks and Recreation we focus on bringing the community together by providing endless amounts of programs, events and places for people to recreate. The Dickinson Park District owns 1,763 acres of park land and green space which is comprised of 31 developed parks, 9 future park areas, and pedestrian trails.  The Park Districts also manages 5 athletic complexes (( Dakota Community Bank & Trust Ballpark, West River Soccer Complex, North Softball Complex, Gress Softball Complex and Mustang baseball Complex.) west river community center, a public golf course, ice center, skate park, dog park and Patterson Lake Recreation Area which consists of over 20 miles of shoreline, 2 campgrounds, picnic areas, boat ramps, beach/swimming area and horseshoe pits.  Make sure to browse around this website for all Parks, Facilities and Programs!  If there’s something you don’t find, please feel free to let us know by contacting the Parks & Recreation Office at 701-456-2074.

MISSION STATEMENT

Dickinson Parks and Recreation is a member of the North Dakota Recreation and Parks Association and supports the following mission statement.

PROVIDE RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE COMMUNITY AND ITS VISITORS.

 

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

DPR Office Holiday Closure 

  • New Year’s Day – January 1
  • Martin Luther King Day – January 15
  • President’s Day – February 19
  • Good Friday – March 30
  • Memorial Day – May 28
  • Independence Day – July 4
  • Labor Day – September 3
  • Veteran’s Day – November 10
  • Thanksgiving – November 24 & 25
  • Christmas Day – December 25 

 

ACCESS FOR ALL

Dickinson Parks & Recreation is committed to providing equal access for all participants.  All programs are open to individuals with disabilities.  If special requirements are needed due to a disability, please include a written request with registration form.

DPR STAFF LIST

Board of Park Commissioners
Scott Kovash – President
Carol Herauf – Commissioner
Scott Karsky – Commissioner
Tim Daniel – Commissioner
KC Homiston – Commissioner

Director of Park & Recreation
James Kramer

Administrative
Leah Hoenke – Administrative Supervisor
Sara Turner – Finance Supervisor
Jessica Stewart – Accounting Specialist
Ratna Fleig – Customer Service Specialist
Dylan Gress – Customer Service Coordinator
Kara Visger – Marketing Coordinator

Grounds Maintenance
Scott Mack – Grounds Maintenance Manager
Sam Davis – Golf Maintenance Asst. Manager
Daniel Michaels – Park Main. Asst. Manager
Jon Schardin – Park Maintenance Supervisor
Rod Lindborg – Golf Maintenance Supervisor
Randy Kjos – Park Maintenance Specialist

Recreation
Ryan Nelson – Recreation/Facilities Manager
Wilson McLaughlin – Recreation Supervisor
Alissa Karsky – Program Supervisor

Facility Operations
Matt Mack – Facilities Operations Manager
Patrick Rominger – Pro Shop Supervisor/Golf Pro
Teri Bjork – Membership Services Supervisor

Caleb Burgard – Facility Supervisor
Andrew Grafton – Facility Supervisor
Pat Welch – Facility Coordinator
Adriann Martin – Aquatics Coordinator


Facility Maintenance

Xavier Dukart – Facility Maintenance Manager
Larry Kuether- Facility aintenance Supervisor
Greg Hanson – Facility Maintenance Supervisor
Jacob Shypkowski – Grounds/Facility Specialist
Jordan Jamieson – Facility Maintenance Specialist
Clint Petersen – Facility Maintenance Specialist

About Us


Dickinson Parks & Recreation

2004 Fairway Street
Dickinson, North Dakota 58601

Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Telephone: (701) 456-2074
Fax: (701) 456-2073
E-mail: dprd@dickinsonparks.org

Our Mission

Dickinson Parks and Recreation is a member of the North Dakota Recreation and Parks Association and supports the following mission statement:

Provide recreational opportunities to enhance the quality of life for the community and its visitors.

About DPR

Here at Dickinson Parks and Recreation we focus on brining the community together by providing endless amounts of programs, activities, and places for people to recreate.

The Dickinson Park District owns 1,763 acres of park land and green space which is comprised of 31 developed parks, 9 future park areas, and over 30 miles of pedestrian…

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