BISMARCK, N.D. — Campers can now make reservations at North Dakota state parks for the upcoming camping season.

The state’s reservation system for camp sites at the 13 state parks opened Tuesday. The Parks and Recreation Department says that allows reservations to be made 95 days in advance of the summer season.

State park full services begin Friday, May 18. Reservations can be made through Sept. 3. All campsite stays are limited to 14 consecutive days in any 30-day period.

More information can be found on the Parks and Recreation website.

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