Old Settler's Park


Due to the construction of the City of Burlington levee project, patrons using the park will need to use the detour route along Project Road as outlined in the map below.

Our camping season is coming to the end for 2022. By mid-October Old Settler's Park will only be available for the playground and walking areas.

Link to Detour Map

Detour Map PDF

Oversized Vehicle Detour Map

Detour Map 2 PDF

Campground/Day Park

Welcome to Old Settler’s Park! We encourage you to come and explore all opportunities that this park has to offer. Whether you’re traveling through Ward County for a summer excursion or just need a weekend getaway, this is a place to stop and visit. Our park has several RV camping spots including one group RV site. If you prefer the traditional style tent camping, we have plenty of space to accommodate your needs. Enjoy the peaceful serenity that Old Settler’s Park has to offer.

  • Large Shelter

    •  By Reservation Only (no charge but donations are accepted)
      •  Contact Us By Phone: 701-838-2114 
      • Reserve The Shelter For Your Event
    • Shelter Can Hold Approx. 40
  • RV Camping

    •  Registration Is On Gate Entrance (first come, first serve)
    • 12 Individual Sites And 1 Group Site (holds three campers)
    • $15 Per Day For Each Camper & Additional $6 Per Day For Power
    • Water Fill Areas Located Around The Park
    • No sewer disposal onsite, but local City of Burlington has a sewer disposal across from the fire department located on Johnson Street.
  • Tent Camping

    • Allowed In Open Area By Large Shelter (south of the playground equipment)
    • $15 Per Day For Tent Camping
  • Amenities

    •  Men’s & Women’s Bathroom (each with their own shower facility)
    •  Volleyball Court
    • Swing Set
    • BBQ Pits
    • Bon Fire Pits
    • Two Pedestrian Bridges
    • Various Small Covered Shelters
  • Location


Sponsors of Old Settler’s Park

  • Garrison Diversion Conservancy District
  •  St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation
  •  Otto Bremer Trust
  • Verendrye Electric Cooperative
  •  Minot Area Community Foundation
  • AgriBank
  •  Enbridge