Things To Do

It’s Time to Start Your Adventure

Opportunities for outdoor recreational activity abound in this three-county region. The area offers the avid sportsperson all-season hunting, with some of the best pheasant hunting available in North Dakota. Grouse, trophy whitetail, mule deer, antelope and waterfowl round out the local hunting opportunities and fishing is excellent at the local rivers and lakes.


For those who would rather use a shovel than a gun to bag a trophy, the area is internationally renowned for its unique geology and paleontology group that offers opportunities to participate in on-going digs.


Cross some items off of your bucket list and hike the highest point in North Dakota, White Butte, and mountain bike, hike, or horseback ride the longest, single-track mountain biking trail in the United States.


We’re within a days driving distance to the Black Hills and the National Grasslands, skiing in nearby Montana, visits to Mount Rushmore, gambling in Deadwood, South Dakota or camping and hiking in Yellowstone National Park.

Fill your days and enjoy any of the multiple attractions and entertainment in the southwest North Dakota region.

With the longest single-track mountain biking route in the US and highest natural point in North Dakota in our backyard there is so much waiting for you to explore.

Whether you like to hunt or fish, Bowman County and the surrounding areas are the perfect place to spend your time.

Bowman County is proud to be the home of two golf courses, the Sweetwater Golf Course south of Bowman and the Scranton Community Golf Course located on the west edge of Scranton.

No matter which direction you are headed, there is plenty to explore on your way to or from Bowman.

Experience a day of recreational activities in Bowman County.

Grab a bite at one of our amazing local restaurants or enjoy an evening at one of our bars.

The fun never stops, see what great things you can enjoy during winter in Bowman County.



13 E Divide

PO Box 1143
Bowman, ND 58623



Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MT
(Closed on legal holidays)