North Dakota National Park Service Sites
Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site
Badlands and shrubbery
at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
National Park Service Sites
Most of the National Park Service Sites in North Dakota are strung out along the route of the Missouri River, a river which has figured prominently in regional history for millenia.
The North Country National Scenic Trail finds its western terminus at Lake Sakakawea State Park and crosses the state heading east into Minnesota.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in the badlands of North Dakota, completely surrounded by Little Missouri National Grassland.
Upper photo courtesy of the National Park Service
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