Dickinson, North Dakota
One of the fastest growing cities in the State of North Dakota, Dickinson is situated within the Stark County and is a beautiful and historically important city in the timeline of North Dakota. Named after its founder, W.S. Dickinson, the city was founded in the year 1881 and thanks to the North Dakota oil boom, the city saw rapid increase in its growth. Dickinson is home to many places of interest such as the Dickinson Dinosaur Museum, the Dickinson Museum Center, the West River Ice Center and the Patterson Lake Recreational Area among others. Dickinson has a lot to offer and you will definitely love it especially if you’re visiting with your family.