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Quiet marshes, charming pastures, clear lakes and dense woodlands—the landscape along Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway is as varied as it is picturesque. The route begins three miles north of Rolla to St. John and continues west on County Highway 43 to State Highway 281, then back onto State Highway... Read More
With majestic herds of bison roaming lush meadows and breathtaking backdrops of brilliantly colored rock formations set against wide-open blue skies, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a quintessential “Wild West” setting. Established in 1947 to memorialize President Theodore Roosevelt's... Read More
Follow the footsteps of legends when you traverse the Standing Rock National Native American Scenic Byway. This is the place where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark made numerous stops during their expedition, and it is the final resting place of their guide Sakakawea. This area also was home to... Read More
Winding along the Sheyenne River in the southeastern corner of North Dakota, the 63-mile Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway passes by rolling hills, quaint farmlands, small towns and notable historic sites. Start your journey at Getchell Township Hall on Barnes County Highway 21 north of... Read More
Relive the excitement and adventure of early explorers and pioneers who ventured into the uncharted west when you voyage along the Sakakawea Scenic Byway. Dotted with important historic sites and interactive experiences, the byway begins at Highway 200A, curving from Washburn to Stanton. At the... Read More
The Oscars are history for this year but you can get a jump of next year's nominees in a most nostalgic way - at one of North Dakota's small-town theaters. At some, little has changed since picture shows made their debuts. Technology in the film room has evolved but the ambiance of... Read More
Dotted with dense forests, magnificent overlooks and expansive recreation areas, the Rendezvous Region Scenic Backway in northeast North Dakota offers nature lovers plenty of opportunities to enjoy and explore the outdoors. Starting on Highway 55 near Vang and sloping southeast to Highway 5 and... Read More
It’s been said that it’s not the destination – it’s the journey that matters, and the scenic byway system is the perfect way to enjoy that journey: the small towns, unique attractions, authentic experiences and local shops along the way, as you head to your final destination. Slow down and enjoy... Read More
Stretching along western North Dakota, the 64-mile Killdeer Mountain Four Bears Scenic Byway provides some of the most spectacular sightseeing when it comes to the state’s natural beauty. Start the byway just north of Manning on Highway 22, north through Killdeer to Highway 23, and then east to... Read More
As its name suggests, the 13-mile Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge Scenic Backway in northwest North Dakota offers ample opportunities for spotting a variety of wildlife, from deer and moose to more than 250 species of birds, like raptors and waterfowl. Start driving along the backway at U.S.... Read More
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