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About Us

About Us

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. 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 District also manages 14 facilities that can be seen throughout the website. If there’s something you don’t find, please feel free to let us know.

Dickinson Parks and Recreation is a member of the North Dakota Recreation and Parks Association (NDRPA) and supports the following mission statement:
To enhance the quality of life for the community and its visitors by providing leisure opportunities.

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.
Title VI Nondiscrimination Policy

Dickinson Parks & Recreation publishes an annual Park District guide each year along with seasonal activity guides.

View our current and past guides here.

The Dickinson Parks and Recreation Master Plan is a more detailed summary of the specific objectives identified in the City of Dickinson 2035 “Roadmap to the Future.” Ultimately, the Master Plan guides the vision and action of DPR to improve the quality of life in our community while meeting our goals and objectives.

Dickinson Parks & Recreation’s Strategic Plan guides the District in setting priorities for three year increments. The plan uses our Core Values, Mission and Vision Statements to align our decision making with the ideas of staff, Board of Park Commissioners and the community. Planning sessions, surveys, community focus groups and staff brainstorming were all used to develop our Vision 2020 Plan, which was approved and implemented by the Park Board. The 2020-2022 Strategic Plan focuses on our path to implement Vision 2020, in 2022 we will re-visit and change the strategic plan to focus on the challenges for the next three years.

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