Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway

46.923636, -98.00531

Southeast
Interpretive Panels on observation deck at Baldhill Dam
Hi Line Bridge over Sheyenne River Valley Scenic Byway
Fall Colors in the Sheyenne River Valley
New Yurts at Fort Ransom State Park along the Byway
Fishing at Lake Ashtabula
Hiking at Little Yellowstone Park
Slattem Cabin Interpretive Site
Interpretive site at Fort Ransom State Park
Clausen Springs Campground
Fall Work in the Sheyenne Valley
250 Main St. W.,
Valley City ND 58072
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Tree-lined, rolling hills are dotted by quaint towns and farmsteads, lending to its Americana charm. In addition to nature and scenery at its best, archaeology, history, culture, and recreation are all found along this byway, North Dakota's first nationally recognized scenic byway. Forty-one award-winning interpretive panels are spread over the 63-mile drive through the beautiful Sheyenne River Valley. Starting north of Valley City and heading south to Kathryn, Fort Ransom and Lisbon you will learn about the history, culture, wildlife, archaeology and geology of the region. Enjoy the many "mom and pop" shops along the way. 

Points of Interest

Baldhill Dam

Rosebud Visitors Center

Medicine Wheel Park

Clausen Springs

Standing Rock Historic Site

Fort Ransom State Park

Fort Ransom State Historic Site

Begins at Getchell Township Hall on Barnes County Highway 21, along Highways 17 and 19, through Valley City, proceeding on Highway 21 to Ransom County Highway 13 to Lisbon.

All Features

Availability
  • Open Year 'Round
    1
Cost of Admission
  • Admission
    No charge

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