Geese in Flight on Enchanted Highway

12-Pack of Classic Americana in North Dakota

Every state has its quirky or unique brand of "roadside" art. These photo stops are fun, distinctive and they say a lot about the area in which you find them. North Dakota's top roadside art happens to be animals of mythic proportions. When traveling around the state, take a few minutes to check out these larger-than-life attractions.

World's Largest Buffalo

This 26-foot-tall, 60-ton concrete giant has been standing watch over Jamestown from the Frontier Village since 1959.

404 Louis L'Amour Lane
Jamestown, ND 58401
United States

Sandy the Sandhill Crane

The magnificent Sandy (World's Largest Sandhill Crane) sculpture stands 40 feet high in a park of native and non-native plants and grasses.

103 W. Broadway
Steele, ND 58482
United States

Salem Sue

The "World's Largest Holstein Cow," built to honor the dairymen of the area, is 38 feet high and 50 feet long, and is visible for five miles.

North Eighth Street
New Salem, ND 58563
United States

Big Bruce

Check out this Guinness Book of World Records' official record of the World's largest baseball bat. Located at Newman Outdoor Field, home of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks.

1515 15th Ave. N.
Fargo, ND 58102
United States

Rusty the Turtle

Rusty, the two-ton Turtle located on the south side of Turtle Lake.

South Avenue
Turtle Lake, ND 58575
United States

Tommy Turtle

The area's local mascot. Tommy the Turtle is the world's largest snowmobile-riding turtle. Sitting on his snowmobile, he is over 26 feet tall.

519 Main Street
Bottineau, ND 58318
United States

W'eel Turtle

Giant turtle statue made of more than 2,000 tire rims.

612 Main St. S.
Dunseith, ND 58329
United States

Wahpper Catfish

This 40-foot-long catfish is a tribute to the Red River of the North and its great fishing.

Dabill Drive
Wahpeton, ND 58074
United States

Wally the Walleye

Garrison, the "Walleye Capital of the World" is home to the 26-foot fiberglass statue that represents the great walleye fishery at nearby Lake Sakakawea.

Main Street
Garrison, ND 58540
United States

Wheat Monument

Monument rising 35 feet is a tribute to the men and women of the land who settled the prairie and raised wheat and other grain.

11th Street and Ninth Avenue W
Williston, ND 58802
United States

Enchanted Highway

The Enchanted Highway is a 30-mile drive from Interstate 94, Exit 72 to Regent. The road is lined with giant metal sculptures, including the awe-inspiring Geese in Flight at Exit 72. The amazing trip includes Tin Family, Fisherman's Dream, Pheasants on the Prairie and more.

Interstate 94, Exit 72
Regent, ND 58650
United States

Lewis, Clark and Sheheke

The statues of explorers Lewis and Clark and chief Sheheke stand a vigil outside the entry of the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn.

2576 Eighth St. NW
Washburn, ND 58577
United States