Jamestown, North Dakota
Jamestown is a city that is located in the Stutsman County, North Dakota. Jamestown, founded in the year 1872 is situated on the James River and the Pipestem Creek confluence. Jamestown is famous for its water sports and recreational fishing that is usually done at the Jamestown Reservoir, which is a series of interconnected artificial lakes created by the Jamestown Dam. The World’s Largest Buffalo, which is a 26 ft. sculpture of an American Bison, is also situated in Jamestown. Jamestown is host to several other historically important places and has many parks such as the McElroy Park, Nickeus Park, Meidinger Park and Klaus Park among others.