Williston, North Dakota
The city of Williston is located in the Williams County, North Dakota and situated near the confluence of Yellowstone River and the Missouri River towards the upper end of Lake Sakakawea. Named after Daniel Willis James who was a member of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, the city was established in the year 1887. The city is home to several places of interest such as the famous Lake Sakakawea, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Fort Buford, Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center and the Williston Area Recreation Center among others. Williston is an extraordinary place for experiencing fun and adventure.