• Oxbow Overlook
  • Cross Ranch State Park
  • Petrified Forest in Badlands
  • Signs at Elkhorn Ranch
  • Badlands Hiking
  • Chateau de Mores State Historic Site
  • Lake Metigoshe State Park
  • Fort Lincoln Trolley
  • Camping along Little Missouri River
  • Fort Clark State Historic Site
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park

National & State Parks

From the majestic crags of the Badlands to the living history at fort sites and the delicate blooms of a botanical garden, the national and state parks in North Dakota offer an up-close look at the state’s beauty and diversity. Find outdoor activities like hiking, biking, horseback riding and canoeing. Take a scenic drive and get back to nature! Click here for more on state and national parks in North Dakota.

  

 

Events
Featured Events
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Jun 23, 2018 - Jun 24, 2018
    Garrison
    Experience Dakota Territory living history military encampment with demonstrations and maneuvers...
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Jul 20, 2018 - Jul 22, 2018
    Abercrombie
    Come out to celebrate small-town living. Aber Days is a celebration of our rural community. We...
Featured Listings
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Washburn
    Cross Ranch State Park is located along some of the last free-flowing and undeveloped stretches...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Medora
    Built in 2013 in a peaceful location with a beautiful view overlooking the Little Missouri River,...
  • Northeast
    Northeast
    Cavalier
    Located on the north shore of Lake Renwick, Icelandic State Park offers visitors not only a wide...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    St. Michael
    President Theodore Roosevelt designated this unique natural area in 1904 as "a big game preserve,...
  • Northwest
    Northwest
    Epping
    Situated on one of the upper bays of Lake Sakakawea, the rugged buttes of the North Dakota...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Medora
    Small visitor center. Information on park and surrounding sites plus publication sales. Restrooms...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Mandan
    The On-A-Slant Indian Village is a 400-year-old Mandan Indian Village, which thrived for 200...
  • Northeast
    Northeast
    Arvilla
    Constructed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the park is located in a beautiful...
  • Northwest
    Northwest
    Williston
    The principal fur trading post of the American Fur Company on the upper Missouri River. Served...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Bottineau
    Nestled in the scenic Turtle Mountains along the U.S./Canadian border, Lake Metigoshe is one of...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Devils Lake
    Grahams Island State Park, located on Devils Lake, is named after the first known white settler...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Stanton
    Native Americans occupied this area for more than 11,000 years. Remains of three Hidatsa villages...