Best Places to View Fall Foliage in North Dakota
In North Dakota, fall foliage begins showing up in early to mid-September and reaches its peak by the end of the month or mid- to late-October depending on location. Visitors use this time to tour areas of heavy forest growth like the Turtle Mountains or river valleys. Check back often for weekly updates.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park North Unit
The valley and hillsides of the rugged North Unit are alive with color. Ash trees are showing red and yellow is the predominant color in river bottoms and draws. About 890% have turned. Some snow is expected in coming days.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park - North Unit Watford City, ND