General Sibley Park is a well known entertainment spot and campground situated on South Washington Street four miles south of Bismarck. Set up in 1967, the recreation center, which covers a zone of 138 sections of land, was named after General Henry Sibley, and it includes a iety of recreational exercises and attractions for the entire family. The recreation center incorporates perfect and roomy campgrounds for both RVs and tents, and in addition electrical hookups, present day restrooms, outing covers, play areas for youngsters, and a vessel incline. You can appreciate a session of golf on the 24-gap circle green, and there is a sand volleyball court for some enjoyment in the sun. Falcons Park additionally offers rural outdoors space only south of the noteworthy Double Ditch Indian Village site.