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Dawson is a very small town of 75 people in the Coteaus and Plains area of North Dakota.

Understand[edit]

Get in[edit]

  • By car: about 50 miles east of Bismarck. Exit 208 south off I-94 on state route 3.

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See[edit]

  • Veterans Memorial Wall, +1 701 475-2256. Veterans memorial wall honoring 1,010 veterans from the Crimean War to the Gulf War. M60A3 tank on grounds. No admission charge.
  • Slade National Wildlife Refuge (Two miles south of Dawson). A great destination for birders looking for waterfowl and nesting grassland birds.

Do[edit]

  • Lake Isabel (about 3 miles south of Dawson). Fishing pier. Pike and perch.
  • Camp Grassick. Operated by the Elks of North Dakota, provides camp services for developmentally challenged children and adults.

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Sleep[edit]

Nearest public accommodations are in Steele.

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Routes through Dawson
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