Dickinson ND

Dickinson is considered the gateway to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the many recreational opportunities to be had there. But Dickinson itself is a city of fun-filled attractions, popular annual festivals and a downtown that comes alive with on-street summer concerts.

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We are often asked "Why Dickinson? What makes Dickinson special?" The answer is always simple, and it is always the same: the beautiful relationship between economy and quality of place.

In the last few years, Dickinson's population has almost doubled to nearly 30,000-becoming the country's second-fastest-growing micropolitan area. Amazingly, with this unprecedented growth, Dickinson hasn't lost its outstanding sense of community. Join this together with a diversified, growing economy, and what does this mean to your business? Your ceiling is only as high as you want to make it.

Dickinson is the western edge of ND and offers many things to do. Including everything from hunting & fishing to dinosauer museum and everything in between. Great area dining, camping, scenic byways and more.  See all that Dickinson offers.

Living in Dickinson had a more suburban feel with most residents owning their homes.  In Dickinson there are a lot of parks. Many residents in Dickinson are of a conservative nature and enjoy spending time in the great outdoors.