Border to Border (Highway 281) Tour
Follow Highway 281 through the lakes country of North Dakota, from Whitestone Hill near Edgeley, past the World's Largest Buffalo to the serene International Peace Garden near Dunseith.
Site of the fiercest clash between U.S. Army soldiers and Native American tribes in North Dakota.
Had real bison been this large (26 feet), they might still be roaming the prairie in great herds.
Dedicated to telling the story of the great herds of bison that once roamed the surrounding prairie. See a live buffalo herd. The Frontier Village and the World’s Largest Buffalo statue are nearby.
Jamestown, ND 58401
The birder's paradise features downy woodpeckers, greater yellowlegs and belted kingfishers.
Beautiful gardens and wine from local and regional fruits.
Dakota Prairie Regional Center for the Arts has presents productions in a restored theater.
New Rockford, ND
Site has been everything from active military post to boarding school for Native American children. Now house quaint bed and breakfast.
Fort Totten, ND
Woodlands area on shores of Devils Lake is home to large variety of wildlife, migratory birds and nature trails.
St. Michael, ND
One of the best fisheries in the state. Four-season playground where ice fishing is as popular as dropping a line in the summer.
Devils Lake, ND
A major waterfowl concentration point during spring and fall migrations and breeding ground for thousands of ducks and geese.
Full-service casino and resort features traditional casino games, slots, concerts and traditional music.
3965 Sky Dancer Way NE
Botanical garden dedicated to peace between the United States and Canada. Garden straddles the border. Floral-themed attractions within the garden.
Enjoy a drive through through wooded hills and valleys in a landscape unique to this part of North Dakota.
"Stonehenge of the Prairie" features stone and cement structures to view solstices and the equinox.
Homemade cheeses, syrups, caramel and ice cream, including the popular Juneberry flavor.
Bottineau, ND 58318