Primitive, dump station and pet friendly
506 3rd Ave SW, Bowman, ND 58623
Tent, 16 RV sites with electric (30 & 50 amp) shower, shaded pine trees, well water. Located off Hwy 85 between mile markers 19 & 20, they are open 24 hours to meet your accommodation needs.
Weekly and monthly rates available.
14423 85th ST SW, Bowman, ND 58623
Located one mile east of Bowman on Highway 12
Butte View Campground is owned by the city of Bowman and operated by Bowman Parks and Recreation. We have made several improvements to the campground including full hookups and pull-thru sites.
There are 54 electrical sites on 8 acres with mature trees and camp host on site. Modern bathrooms, showers, water, dump station, playground, and a picnic shelter for gatherings are available for guests.
Seasonal Campground open May – November
A Stay longer than 2 weeks must be approved by Director. Butteview Campground reserves the right to refuse service.
For more information or to reserve a campsite, click the link above to make a reservation or call the Rec Center at 701-523-3896.
14420 86th St SW, Bowman, ND 58623
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To make a reservation call the Bowman Haley Dam Marina at 701-275-6316 or the Marina Manager at 701-206-0161. Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. We recommend you call and reserve a site to ensure you electricity upon arrival. Primitive camping is first come-first serve.
701-206-0161 Marina Manager
701-275-6316 Marina Landline
9808 138th Ave SW, Scranton, ND 58653
Tent, RV Sites
• Located off Hwy 85 north of Bowman
• 17 RV sites with full hook-up (30-amp and 50-amp services available)
• Electric, water, and sewer included
• Wifi on site
• Seasonal Campground open April-November
• $30/night or $150/week or $600/month
• To make a reservation, click here.
14410 85th St SW, Bowman, ND 58623
This 10-unit campground has parking pads up to 60 feet long. There is access to potable water and a handicap accessible vault toilet. Camping is on a first-come, first serve basis. Enjoy hiking the Burning Coal Vein Trail while there which serves as the south trailhead of the Maah Daah Hey Trail.
Directions and more information is available at mdhta.com.