Parks in North Dakota (28)

Beaver Lake State Park
Logan County, ND
Located on the west shore of Beaver Lake, the park's gently rolling prairie;provides scenic views for leisurely walks. In the summer, the lake attracts;visitors for boating, canoeing, water skiing and
Black Tiger Bay State Recreation Area
Benson County, ND
* Closed;This boat access area has two single-lane boat ramps and a large parking area for boat trailers. No overnight camping is permitted.;Fees;No entrance fee.;Day use only-no facilities and no cam
Butte Saint Paul State Recreation Area
Bottineau County, ND
Butte St. Paul was named by pioneer Missionary George Anthony Belcourt, the second pastor in North Dakota’s history. It was once considered the highest spot in North Dakota and offers scenic views of
Cross Ranch State Park
Oliver County, ND
Located along seven miles of the last free-flowing, undeveloped stretches of the Missouri River, North Dakota's Cross Ranch Centennial State Park is rich in both cultural and natural history.;The park
Crow Flies High State Recreation Area
Mountrail County, ND
This scenic overlook just west of New Town provides views of Four Bears Bridge and Lake Sakakawea. During period of low water, glimpses can be seen of the town of Sanish, now covered by Lake Sakakawea
Doyle Memorial State Recreation Area
McIntosh County, ND
Located on Green Lake, Doyle Memorial is leased by the city of Wishek. The area is popular for camping, fishing and boating.;This small prairie recreation area, established in 1925, occupies a peninsu
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
Morton County, ND
Rich in both military and early Native American history, Fort Abraham Lincoln;was once an important infantry and cavalry post. It was from this fort that;Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and the Seven
Fort Ransom State Park
Ransom County, ND
North Dakota's homesteading heritage is preserved at Fort Ransom State Park.;The park, nestled in the picturesque and heavily-wooded Sheyenne River Valley;officially opened in July 1979. This park is
Fort Stevenson State Park
McLean County, ND
On the north shore of giant Lake Sakakawea, Ft. Stevenson State Park is known as the walleye capital of North Dakota. A favorite spot for sportsmen to experience the great fishing on the lake, it is h
Grahams Island State Park
, ND
Devils Lake—North Dakota's largest natural lake—is home to Grahams Island State Park an 1,122 acre park on the lakes's west side.;The lake is a closed drainage basin, marked by periods of fluctuating
Gunlogson State Nature Preserve
Pembina County, ND
Stately bur oak and basswood rise from the shaded forest floor of Gunlogson State Nature Preserve, while a tangle of alder shrubs sprout in the spring-fed wetlands. More than a dozen rare species can
H.R. Morgan State Nature Preserve
Morgan County, ND
Down in southeastern North Dakota, the Sheyenne River winds through;the Sheyenne Sandhills as though reluctant to part company. In this segment;the river receives its highest infusion of springwaters,
Head of the Mountain State Nature Preserve
, ND
The 100 acre nature preserve sits at the edge of a steep escarpment;providing an overlook of the surrounding landscape—thus the name;Head-of-the-Mountain. The land to the west and south is hilly which
Icelandic State Park
Pembina County, ND
Located on the north shore of Lake Renwick, Icelandic State Park offers visitors not only a wide array of recreational opportunities, but also glimpses of North Dakota's homesteading heritage and its
Indian Hills State Recreation Area
McLean County, ND
Indian Hills State Recreation Area and Resort is operated by a private leasee. Amenities include camping, modern and primitive cabins, and a full-service marina with camp store and fishing guide servi
Lake Metigoshe State Park
Bottineau County, ND
Nestled in the scenic Turtle Mountains on the shores of Lake Metigoshe;Lake Metigoshe State Park was constructed by the Works Progress Administration;(WPA) in the 1930s and is one of the most popular
Lake Sakakawea State Park
Mercer County, ND
Located on the south shore of Lake Sakakawea, adjacent to Garrison Dam, Lake Sakakawea State Park offers a wide range of water based recreational activities and facilities. The park has a full service
Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
Cascade County, ND
We commence building our cabins.;- William Clark, November 3, 1804;This simple journal entry marked the construction of Fort Mandan, the Corps of Discovery's winter home from 1804-1805. Through the wi
Lewis and Clark State Park
Williams County, ND
Lewis and Clark State Park is situated on one of the upper bays of Lake Sakakawea. The rugged buttes of the North Dakota Badlands display a towering backdrop to one of the state's best recreation area
Little Metigoshe State Recreation Area
Bottineau County, ND
This picnic area offers grilling locations for family picnics, a sand volleyball court, vault toilet facilities, free parking and a fishing dock for the users pleasure and enjoyment. This area also se
Little Missouri State Park
Dunn County, ND
Wind, water and sand... these components sculpted North Dakota's wildly rugged Little Missouri Breaks Country. Called "Mako Shika" or "where the land breaks" by the Sioux, these unusual land formation
Missouri River State Natural Area
Gallatin County, ND
Located on the east side of Mandan along the Missouri River this 157 acre preserve is pristine floodplain woodlands. A deciduous forest consisting of cottonwood, green ash, the rare peach leaf willow
Pelican Point State Recreation Area
Burt County, ND
Pelican Point is managed as a non-developed recreation area. Day use public access is allowed by foot however, no formal trail system, water or toilet facilities are available in Pelican Point.;Locati
Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area
Cavalier County, ND
Explore the Pembina Gorge on your ATV or dirt bike. The trail head is located 1 mile north, 1 mile west, and ¼ mile north of the beautiful Walhalla Country Club.;While designed for the use of OHVs it
Sentinel Butte State Nature Preserve
, ND
Sentinel Butte State Nature Preserve and surrounding area;Sentinel Butte is among the highest points in the state, reaching a maximum elevation of 3430 feet. The butte is a large flat-topped;butte or