2021 Parade of Homes + Elk Ridge

The 2021 Bismarck Mandan Parade of Homes includes 41 Homes! See the latest in building and design.  Homes may be toured April 22-25.  

A general admission ticket gives you access to all 41 homes.  Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here.  As you plan your route, consider checking out three of our favorite homes below!  You can also find a complete list of the 41 homes in the parade here.   

Builder: Hallmark Homes Inc
Price: $949,900
Parade Number: 9

Builder: Prairie Aire Homes Inc
Price: $499,900
Parade Number: 12

Builder: Paramount Builders Inc
Price: $598,900
Parade Number: 13

Directions to Elk Ridge:

Elk Ridge can be accessed from the north on the newest stretch of Tyler Parkway. Get to Tyler Parkway on either 57th Avenue North or from Ash Coulee Drive. Once on Tyler Parkway, head south until you get to Cogburn Road where you will take a right turn (heading west) entering into Elk Ridge.

 

From the south you can access Elk Ridge going up Valley Drive to the west into Promontory Point. Take a right onto Del Rio Drive and then your next right onto Cogburn Road which will take you into Elk Ridge.

SINGLE FAMILY LOTS WITH UP TO $4,000 OFF WITH PRE-SALE INCENTIVE

Elk Ridge is Northwest Bismarck’s newest development. The development features stunning views of Tyler Coulee, open grass areas and is within close proximity to many of the shops and amenities that continue to open in North Bismarck. 

The 1st Addition of Elk Ridge is currently over 85% sold out and includes a 5+ acre park with Bismarck’s first outdoor pickleball complex. The park also includes an outdoor playground, open play space and a shelter with bathrooms.  See more information on the pricing and available lots.

2021 Northwest Bismarck's Elk Ridge development Parade of Homes

2021 Parade of Homes + Elk Ridge

The 2021 Bismarck Mandan Parade of Homes includes 41 Homes! See the latest in building and design.  Homes may be toured April 22-25.   A general admission ticket gives you access

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Meet Cam Knutson

Cam attended North Dakota State University in Fargo, where he served as Student Body President.  As president, he led an organization with an annual budget of more than $3 million,

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