Kids Camp

Kids, teachers, and rangers walk toward archeology site.
Walking to an archeology site for kids camp.
Kids Camp is the answer for your summer time activities. Come and explore Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site through a variety of stories, crafts, and activities. Park Rangers change the activities each year.
 
1 girl jumps high outside as 2 other girls throw their sticks towards a rolling hoop.
Campers play hoop and stick game while at Kids' Camp.

NPS Photo / Mitchell

Activities

Activities in the past included: canoeing, fishing, building a mini-earthlodge, hiking, exploring ethnobotany of the Hidatsa tribe, playing Native games, going on a scavenger hunt, and making crafts.

Come see what this summer has in store for the campers!

 
6 kids sit at tables inside working on craft. 2 rangers stand and support them. Large bull boat in foreground.
Campers make small bull boats to match a replica bull boat used by the Hidatsa tribe.

NPS Photo / Mitchell

Registration


Youth ages 6-12 are welcome to come to this FREE event.

Parents can call (701) 745-3300 or email the park to find out more information.

Kids must be registered for this event.

 
7 kids stand on grass within an orange square boundary. 2 rangers stand behind a Native Prairie Tag Rules poster.
Campers prepare for prairie tag during Kid's Camp.

NPS Photo / Mitchell

We hope you can join us for this unique experience in YOUR national historic site.

Last updated: July 21, 2020

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 9
Stanton, ND 58571

Phone:

(701) 745-3300

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