5 Things to See on the Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway
The 53-mile Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway leads through forested hills in north-central North Dakota.
Modern day Stonehenge enables visitors to view the summer and winter solstices and equinox. The site offers a panoramic view of this four-seasoned landscape from its location in the Turtle Mountains to the surrounding farmland below.
Park was constructed in the 1930s and is one of the most popular year-round vacation spots in North Dakota. The park has both modern and primitive camping, as well as picnicking areas. There are group dormitories, kitchen and meeting facilities and year-round cabins available for rent. Enjoy hiking, biking, birding, canoeing and wildlife viewing.
1716 13th Ave NE
Bottineau, ND 58318
The International Peace Garden is a 2,339-acre botanical garden commemorating peace between the United States and Canada along the world's longest unfortified border. It blooms with more than 150,000 varieties of flowers and showcases the Peace Chapel, Peace Towers and Floral Clock.
10939 Highway 281
Dunseith, ND 58329
Historic home offers information about the scenic byway and other area attractions, as well as displays on the area's early days. It is near the eastern end of the byway at St. John.
17 Main Ave W
Rolla, ND 58367
The only place in North Dakota that showcases this unique building style. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
St. John, ND 58369