The Fort Union Trading Post is a historical site located 25 miles southwest of Williston, ND. The Fort Union Trading Post was built in the early 1800s to establish fur trade between the settlers of the area and the plain’s Indian tribes. To learn more about the Fort Union Trading Post.
The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is worth spending a couple of hours sightseeing. It is another historical site where the Missouri River and the Yellowstone River meet. If you’re in the Fort Buford Trading Post area, it is located one-half mile east of Fort Buford. To learn more about the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence.
There are many amenities offered at the Williston Area Recreation Center such as an indoor water park, golf simulator, racquetball courts, weight room, spinning classes, teen lounge and so much more! This 26,895-square-foot recreation center is open year-round. The pool area features a water park and a “flow rider” wave simulator where visitors can enjoy wakeboarding with the comfort of lifeguards on duty. Be sure to check out the Williston ARC!
- Hunting/Fishing - Missouri River, Yellowstone River and Lake Sakakawea, Missouri & Yellowstone Confluence, Badlands
- Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
- Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center
- Fort Buford State Historic Site