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Overview of Dickinson

Centrally located in southwestern North Dakota between Fargo and Billings, MT, Dickinson is a charming town with easy access to highway transportation and the outstanding natural amenities of the state. Boasting a strong economy, healthy tourism industry, and family-friendly resources, Dickinson is a great place to live, work, and play. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, about 18,500 people call Dickinson home today. People looking for Dickinson apartments for rent will love this fast-growing, progressive community in the heart of the Peace Garden State.

Living in Dickinson, ND

Stark County was created in 1879 and was named after the vice president of the Northern Pacific Railroad. During the early 1900s, the community of Dickinson was known as the "Queen City of the Prairies," and it still retains the nickname today.

Much of Dickinson's growth and prosperity is due to its prime location along Interstate 94 and near several major highways. There is also booming growth in the energy sector, and there are plenty of other opportunities within the community. Top employers include the local school district, St. Joseph's Hospital, TMI Systems, Wal-Mart, Baker Boy Bake Shop, Dan's Super Market, and BJ Services Company.

The town is also home to Dickinson State University, so people looking for Dickinson rentals may want to conduct their search ahead of time if they are looking to move in during the late summer.

Dickinson Attractions and Special Events

Dickinson is considered to be the gateway to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and the community is only about an hour away from Lake Sakakawea. This lake is the largest reservoir on the Missouri River, making it ideal for fishing and outdoor recreation. However, residents don't have to travel far to find outstanding outdoor entertainment. The 96-mile Maah Daah Hey Trail, Little Missouri National Grasslands, and Heart River Golf Course are all beloved spots for locals and visitors.

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