North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced today that campgrounds in the state will open in a limited capacity on May 9.
North Dakota Parks and Recreation previously announced campgrounds were to remain closed until May 21 due to Covid-19.
“I’m excited to announce that the campgrounds are going to be open on a limited basis now on May 9, not on May 21, so we are pulling that forward,” Burgum said.
There are a few caveats to the campgrounds reopening on May 9:
- Little Missouri State Park will still remain closed until May 21.
- Campsites will have limited occupancy and service.
- Cabin rentals will remain closed until further notice.
- All vehicle passes and camping registration must be completed online.