In western North Dakota, along Interstate 94, is the city of Dickinson. The residential city's gridded streets are home to many of the municipal offices for the region, including the Stark County Courthouse and U.S. Forest Service office. Surrounded by farmland, homes for rent in Dickinson give families the chance to live in a larger community with restaurants and stores nearby. There are also parks and other attractions like the Dakota Dinosaur Museum, which kids will love. Edward Arthur Patterson Lake is also nearby for water recreation and fishing. Dickinson is 1 1/2 hours from Bismarck in the east and 4 1/2 hours from Billings, Mont., to the west - both on I-94. Dickinson is a quickly growing community because of the booming oil and gas industry in the area.
Quickly becoming a major regional city, Dickinson still has roots in the picturesque grasslands and preserved prairies nearby.