Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

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Northcentral
2107 Park Drive, St. Michael, ND

President Theodore Roosevelt designated this unique natural area in 1904 as "a big game preserve, refuge and breeding ground for wild animals and birds." Drive the four-mile auto tour through woodlands and prairies looking for the bison and elk herds. Visitors of all ages enjoy watching activities at the prairie dog town. More than 250 species of birds have been recorded at the Preserve. Many may be regularly seen while hiking the two-mile nature trail through prairies, wetlands and woodlands or the new 1/4-mile paved accessible trail. Climb the stairs to the top of the Sullys Hill overlook for a panoramic view of the surrounding rolling hills and prairie stretching to the south. A variety of prairie flowers may be found blooming throughout the growing season supported by the deep-rooted native grasses that form the backbone of the prairie. The visitor center features exhibits on North Dakota's habitats and a nature store. 

Entrance to Sullys Hill is from ND State Highway 57
Entrance to Sullys Hill is from ND State Highway 57
Top Features
  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Admission
  • Military
  • Open Year 'Round
  • Self-Guided Tours
  • Senior Citizen
All Features
Accessibility
  • ADA-compliant
Activities
  • Self-Guided Tours
Availability
  • Open Year 'Round
Cost of Admission
  • Free Admission
Discounts
  • Military
  • Senior Citizen
General Information
  • Hours of Operation: The visitor center is open daily June-August and various weekends throughout the year. Please call for current hours. 701-766-4272
Guest Information
  • Family-Friendly