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Book Flights to Williston, North Dakota

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Places of Interest in Williston

A city in the Williams County in the US state of North Dakota, Williston is the sixth largest city in the state. The city is located near the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, at the upper end of the Lake Sakakawea reservoir. Today, Williston is the regional hub for business and play, adventure, and history. Visitors can explore extraordinary historic sites, topnotch hunting and fishing opportunities, nationally-ranked golf links, nearby located national and state parks, and much more. One can also enjoy fishing and boating in Lake Sakakawea.

Fort Buford State Historic Site

Once a United States Army Post, Fort Buford State Historic Site is located at the confluence of Yellowstone and Missouri rivers. It is the site where Sitting Bull surrendered in the year 1881. Fort Buford State Historic Site includes a picnic area and a campground as well. Every year, in the spring season, a plethora of sportsmen comes here to enjoy large paddle-fishing operations.

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site

The site of a partially reconstructed trading post on the North Dakota/Montana Border and the Missouri River, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site is one of the earliest declared National Historic Landmarks in the United States of America. At this site, the Assiniboine and six other Northern Plains Indian Tribes used to exchange buffalo robes and smaller furs for goods from all round the globe, including guns, cloth, beads, and blankets.

Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

Located in proximity to the Fort Buford, Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is a museum dedicated to telling the story related to the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. The museum boasts exhibits on history, geology, and geography of the area.