The Missouri National Recreational River's Mobile Ranger Station is our visitor center on wheels. Look for it throughout the 98-mile River corridor from Fort Randall Dam to Ponca State Park, and at special events in South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa, and at our National Parks. The mobile visitor center helps to convey information about the Missouri River and the National Park through exhibits and activities for all ages. Park Rangers are also present at the station to greet and introduce you to your National Park. Exhibits include historic photos, a large interactive map of the Missouri River and a touch screen with vast information about the MNRR. The station also features the park’s film, River of Change.
Would you like to have the Mobile Ranger Station visit your school or community event? Please call 605-665-0209 for more information.
Mobile Ranger Station Location
The Mobile Ranger Station travels to schools, special events and programs and is often set up in various sites along the MNRR. If you're interested in its schedule contact Park Ranger Dugan Smith at 605-665-0209 Ext 28 or visit our park calendar on our webpage or the NPS app to see where it is headed next!
Last updated: August 27, 2021