Today, Tuesday, February 16, 2021, the North Dakota State Parks & Recreation Department (NDPRD) published the draft Lewis & Clark State Park Master Plan for a 30-day public comment period ending on March 18, 2021.
This 2020 Lewis & Clark State Park Master Plan sets the course for the next 10 years of park development, improvements and advancements. It represents the public’s vision for the park and is a declaration of their priorities and needs. It identifies target areas to focus resources, updates priorities, identifies needed areas for improvement and assesses both current and future trends. This plan helps to ensure that Lewis & Clark State Park (LCSP) fulfills its vision of “uniting a diverse region through outdoor experiences while cultivating a youthful and rejuvenated community.”
This Master Plan was driven by an extensive public engagement process that included meeting with a volunteer advisory committee and outreach to North Dakota citizens and park visitors through two (2) public surveys, focus group interviews, a virtual public open house, and live questions and answer session.
NDPRD would like to thank the volunteer advisory committee and all the members of the public that participated for their thoughtful, impassioned dedication to the planning process.
Use the links below to view and comment on the plan online.