Play through the seasons.

Cavalier is located in the heart of the Rendezvous Region, an area bordering Canada and Minnesota in the northeast corner of North Dakota.

Steeped in history and natural beauty, it was established in 1878 along the winding banks of the Tongue River and is a growing community of 1500.

The four seasons allow opportunities to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities including golf, tennis, water sports, hunting, bicycling, snowmobiling and skiing.

The blend of history and tradition, with a spirit of cooperation and ongoing commitment to economic development is all part of what makes Cavalier, “The Friendly City.”

Cavlandic Trail

The Cavlandic Trail is a highly trafficked 6.5 mile paved trail that runs between the City of Cavalier and Icelandic State Park/Cavalier Country Club. 

 

Sand dunes are a unique geological feature seen along the Cavlandic Trail.  They were formed by wind transporting and depositing sediment derived from the Pembina Delta. The delta was formed where the ancient Pembina River emptied into glacial Lake Agassiz and deposited large amounts of sand about 9,000 to I0,000 years ago.

 

In addition to sand dunes; chokecherries, farmland, native prairie grasses, and pine trees can all be observed along the trail. 

 

If you make the trek along the entire trail you might notice the elevation change from Cavalier to Icelandic State Park –  it is approximately 119 feet! 

 

If you’d like to make a tax-deductible gift to be put towards the maintenance of this trail, please mail a check made payable to “Cavlandic Trail Fund” to:
PO Box 271
Cavalier, ND 58220

City Park & Picnic Shelters

The city park offers a wonderful place for families to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. There are various well-kept play areas, a tennis court, basketball court, 9-hole disc golf course, sand volleyball court, outdoor pool, picnic shelters and new bathroom facilities.

 

Groups can reserve a picnic shelter for FREE, by calling ‭701-521-0693 or 701-520-9175‬

Cavalier Park Board

Members
Kelsey Monson – President
Brad Westman
Sally Busse
Michelle Moquist
Liz Kemp
Cindy Cluchie – Secretary/Treasurer

City Pool

The Cavalier Public Swimming Pool will be open to the public when the air temperature is at or above 63 degrees. If the temperature reaches 63 degrees during the afternoon hours, the pool will open during Family Swim. A minimum of 10 swimmers must be present to open the pool. In doubt, call the pool in advance or listen to the local radio station: KNDK 1080 AM; or 95.7 FM for cancellations.

Pool Rates
Lessons: $45.00
Single Pass: $65.00
Family Swim: $5.00/person
General Admission: $5.00

Family Pass: $150.00
Lap Swim: $5.00
Pool Party: $75.00
Babysitter Pass: $25.00

Pool Hours
Monday – Friday
12:00 – 1:00 Lap Swim
1:00 – 4:00 Open Swim
4:00 – 5:00 Pool Parties
5:00 – 6:30 Family Swim
6:30 – 8:30 Open Swim
8:30 – 9:30 Pool Parties

Saturday & Sunday
1:00 – 4:00 Open Swim
5:00 – 6:30 Family Swim
6:30 – 8:30 Open Swim

The Cavalier City Pool is now closed for the season! See you next summer!

501 W 2nd Ave N, Cavalier, ND 58220

Cavalier Cinema

Shows are now playing again at the Cavalier Cinema!

Call 701-265-8955 for show times.

104 Main St W, Cavalier, ND 58220

Cavalier Arena

The Cavalier Arena is now open for the season! 

Public Skating Times:
Monday – Friday
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Saturday & Sunday
1:00 PM – 5:30 PM & 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

(Any scheduled day off from school; NOT STORM DAYS, the Arena will be open from 1:00 – 5:00 PM)

Passes are available to purchase through RecDesk. https://cavalier.recdesk.com

Youth Hockey Time:
Saturday, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Adult Hockey Times:
Sunday, 8:30 PM
Wednesday, 8:30 PM

Skating Fees:
Session Pass $4.00
Single Pass $35.00
Family Pass $65.00
Skating Party $35/hr.
Skate Sharpening $3.00
Adult Hockey Must Have a Pass

Questions? Call the City Administration Office 701-265-8800, Cavalier Rec Director Aimee Homstad 701-265-2263, or the Skating Rink phone number 701-265-8181