North Dakota parks

North Dakota National and State Parks, Lakes, and Historic Sites

Much like South Dakota, North Dakota’s rugged and unspoiled countryside have vistas that stretch for miles and tall mountain peaks. Plenty of outdoor activity can be found in North Dakota’s state and national parks. North Dakota also has an abundance of wildlife refuges, supporting their goal to preserve the natural environment that makes the state one of our most beautiful and remote. The sparsely populated state brings over 700,000 visitors to its national parks and 448 sites on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit North Dakota national and state parks to find an adventure that looks like time gone by. 

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National Parks and Historic Sites

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site

15550 ND-1804, Williston, ND 58801

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

564 County Rd 37, Stanton, ND 58571

North Country National Scenic Trail
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Sakakawea Scenic Byway

Highway 200A from Washburn to Stanton, Washburn, ND

Sheyenne National Grasslands

Sheyenne National Grassland, McLeod, ND 58057

Standing Rock National Native American Scenic Byway

Begins at the Cannon Ball River south along Highways 1806 and 24 and ends at Highway 20 and BIA Route 4 intersection near Mobridge, SD
7635 ND-1806, Cannon Ball, ND 58528

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

315 Second Avenue, Medora, ND 58645

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