The Ultimate North Dakota Travel Guide
Best Places To Visit in North Dakota
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
The park was named after US President Theodore Roosevelt, covering a massive area of land, divided into three sections: the North Unit, the South Unit, and the Elkhorn Ranch Unit that preserves the site of Roosevelt’s “home ranch.” North Unit highlights – Sperati Point, River Bend Overlook, and Little Mo Nature Trail. South Unit highlights – Buck Hill, Petrified Forest Trail, Wind Canyon Trail, Painted Canyon Nature Trail, and Maltese Cross Cabin.
Address: 201 East River Road North, Medora, ND 58645 (South Unit), Entrance Fee: Adult: $8, Children (5-14): $6, find more details here.
International Peace Garden
The garden lies on the border between the United States and Canada. It was constructed in 1932 as a monument signifying the peaceful relationship between the two nations. There are four concrete towers in the garden, with two in each country, with a chapel at the base. The park is also home to several fountains, chimes, and some parts of the World Trade Center from the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Address: 10939 US-281, Dunseith, ND 58329, Entrance Fee: Pedestrian Pass – $15, Day Pass (applies to car or motorcycle) – $20, find more details here
National Buffalo Museum
It’s told that once upon a time, it was only buffalos that roamed this land. Perhaps, they were so many in numbers that the entire area appeared to be black. The National Buffalo Museum preserves the legend, heritage, and the history of this animal. The museum is home to several exhibits, an educational exhibition, and a live buffalo herd that is kept here, including the famous albino buffalo known as White Cloud.
Address: 500 17th St SE, Jamestown, ND 58401, Entrance Fee: Per non-commercial vehicle $30 May- October; $20 rest of the year
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