5813 Jefferson Ln.Williston, ND 58801 (701) 609-5555


Liebel's Guide Service

Come and fish North Dakota's beautiful Lake Sakakawea on the Missouri River System. The lake and upper portion of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers offer great scenery and fishing! We specialize in fully guided walleye and sauger trips, but can target other species like northern pike and smallmouth bass. While walleye remain king on Lake Sakakawea, the smallmouth bass and northern numbers are way WAY up, providing strong and sometimes acrobatic fights. Contact us today to book your walleye fishing adventure.

Liebel's Guide Service strives to give you the best fishing experience possible in an eight-hour day. All fishing is done out of fully inspected, fully equipped, 20-foot boats capable of handling the waters of Lake Sakakawea.

For a fully guided trip, I will provide boat, motor, gas, bait, life jackets and all fishing equipment needed. Fish cleaning and packaging at days end. Also if you have a favorite fishing rod, don't hesitate to bring it!

Things for you to bring: Current North Dakota Fishing License -- Click this link to purchase online , food and drinks (Liebel's Guide Service is an ALCOHOL-FREE guide service), clothes for North Dakota's changing weather conditions, sunglasses and sunscreen and camera.

Places to fish: We primarily guide out of the New Town/Parshall area but can travel to the other areas of the lake. As a general rule, the walleye fishing starts out better farther west in the New Town area in June and then moves east into July.


Full 8-hour day - a.m.-4 p.m. (Times can be easily adjusted)

1-2 people $450

3 people $600

4 people $750

***Kids Special- Bring a kid(ages 6-16) and receive a $50 discount per kid.**

Safari Trampoline Park

A Sky Slam is a type of basketball shot that is performed when a player jumps in the air and manually powers the ball downward through the basket with one or both hands over the rim. Our indoor basketball park is family fun fitness and entertainment for all ages.

We've taken the popular trampoline indoor play space and added more fun zones to capture the imaginations and attention spans of all ages. We've taken the popular trampoline indoor play space and added more fun zones to capture the imaginations and attention spans of all ages.. Young children and teens love the feeling of weightlessness as they bounce from one wall to another. Our Basketball & Indoor Trampoline Park comes equipped with every safety precaution imaginable. Your family's well-being is our top priority, while not compromising on fun.

The Williston area today is a regional center for business and play, history and development, fun and adventure. When you visit Williston — or if you're a new resident — you'll find extraordinary historic sites, world-class hunting and fishing, nearby national and state parks, nationally-ranked golf links and a lot more. This place is booming with things to do, and now with new hotels and restaurants.

Discover your own favorite places in Williston while learning something new along the way. Make memories as you explore natural wonders and historical sites, retracing the footsteps of pioneers past, who ventured through Williston long ago.

  • Lake Sakakawea

    Tucked in the northwestern corner of North Dakota and just miles from Ramada Williston, Lake Sakakawea offers varied water activities. Enjoy swimming and fishing during the summer months, while ice fishing is popular in the winter. Lake Sakakawea is alive with some of the region's best bass fishing. When you're ready to cast a line, we suggest calling on Matt Liebel of Liebel's Guide Service for a full or half-day excursions on his well-equipped boat. Not only does he know where the fish are biting, but he will provide gear, bait, and even clean and package your fresh catch the same day. All you need is a North Dakota fishing license (available online), a picnic lunch, shades and sunscreen.

  • Fort Union Trading Post

    15550 Highway 1804, Williston, ND 58801

    (701) 572-9083

    Fort Union Trading Post was the most important fur exchange on the Upper Missouri River. Northern Plains Indian Tribes once exchanged pelts, guns, blankets and beads here. As a National Historic Site, it represents the center of peaceful economic activity between settlers and Native Americans. Now, operated by the National Park Service, Fort Union offers a space for self-guided tours, local archeology, hiking and special events in the summer months.

  • Lewis and Clark State Park

    The original campgrounds of Lewis and Clark during their westward expedition, this famous park is located just outside of town. Set against the rugged beauty of North Dakota's Badlands, it provides a perfect setting for swimming, fishing, and stretching out your legs on a scenic hike. Picnic sites and a boat lunch are also available, so it's easy to spend an entire day in this picturesque place where you're sure to meet nature-loving locals and visitors alike.

  • Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

    612 East Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, North Dakota 58505

    (701) 328-2666

    History buffs can experience the same magnificent views that Lewis and Clark saw when they reunited here on August 11, 1806. The Interpretive Center's "Trails, Tracks, Rivers and Roads" exhibit features more than 200 artifacts, including an army frontier transport wagon and a steamboat captain's navigating wheel. The rotunda tells the story of the Expedition through three large murals, highlighting quotes from the pair's journals, and there are several walking trails right outside.

  • Frontier Museum

    6330 2nd Ave W, Williston, ND 58801

    (701) 580-2415

    Interact with history in a welcoming environment at the Frontier Museum, a living tribute to the region's rugged past. The museum's collection includes a two-story pioneer home, a rural church, restored Great Northern depot, country school and taxi depot, as well as displays from the 1800s through 1950s. An onsite church built in 1909 is available for intimate weddings and an outdoor courtyard is ideal for receptions. Private tours and photography excursions are also offered.

  • James Memorial Art Center

    621 1st Ave W, Williston, ND 58801

    (701) 774-3601

    Dedicated to preserving history and promoting art, The James Memorial Art Center was originally obtained by the Williston Women's Civic League in 1909. Funded by Arthur Curtiss James as a memorial to his father, D. Willis James, the library opened on February 27, 1911. In 1993 the James Memorial Preservation Society was formed to save the historic building and develop it into a center for the visual arts - where it continues to host educational programs, exhibits, other activities.

  • The Old Armory

    320 1st Ave E, Williston, ND 58801

    (701) 577-0278

    A lot of local history has been made inside the walls of the Old Armory since it was first dedicated in 1916. The eye-catching building once served as a community auditorium, a teen canteen during WWII, and has hosted every imaginable activity over the years from traveling shows to political rallies and indoor auto shows to name a few. Currently used as Williston's center for the performing arts, the Old Armory can be rented out for weddings, funerals, concerts and dances.

Williston ARC 822 18th St E , Williston, ND (701) 572-9272

Williston's brand-new recreation center offers a little bit of everything for sports lovers, including four indoor tennis courts, four basketball courts, batting cages, a golf simulator, swimming pool, racquetball courts, an elevated walking track, cardio and spin studios, free weights, group fitness classes - and even a waterpark with its own FlowRider wave simulator. Daily passes are available.



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