North Dakota Parks, Campgrounds, and Trails

We all love taking the horses out locally, but the best part of owning a horse is the opportunities for adventure. Luckily, the United States is full of horse-friendly outdoor recreation areas perfect for the occasional day trip or longer vacation. We are producing a series to bring you information about the horse-friendly parks, campgrounds, and trails across the United States. 

North Park Campground Ted and Maureen Bratten Owners 753 Chestnut Lane Dickinson, ND 58601 701-227-8498 E-Mail: Ted and Maureen Bratten Web Page: North Park Campground Quiet area to picket horses on a large grassy field. RV camp sites with full hook-ups available and plenty of room for big rigs. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is just 35 minutes from here and it is a beautiful place to ride. From I-94, exit 61, head North 1/2 mile on Highway 22 to 21st Street. Go East on 21st Street 1/2 mile to 5th avenue East and go 1 block North. Turn right on Chestnut Lane.  

Huufda Hotel and Trail Rides 9410 – 171 Ave SE, Hankinson, ND 58041 (701) 242-9898 Home (701) 899-4595 Cell Located right off I-29, near Fargo, ND, an easy location for overnight stable horses, trail ride guests and/or B&B. We offer 80,000 acres at 3 nearby locations for a splendid spectrum of variety for our trail rides such as: forested hills, sand dunes, and wildlife. Daily trail rides, or custom lessons and vacations are available using your horse or our horse rentals at an economical fee. Beautiful and kind horses are offered for sale. We specialize in gaited Tennessee Walking Horses and Quarter Horses.  

NAARD CREEK RANCH Harry & Maureen Olson HC01-Box 32 Killdeer, ND 58640 701-863-6911 – 800-511-0434 We would like to welcome you to come visit us at Naard Creek Ranch for a relaxing slower-paced lifestyle. Our cabin is a two-bedroom lodge equipped with modern conveniences for your comfort. Want a little more adventure and a sample of western North Dakota culture, you’ll find many Opportunities such as the Little Missouri State Park or Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North and South Units.  

Sully Creek State Location: 3 miles South of Medora access from Interstate 94. Located at the head of the Maah Daah Hey trail system, with connecting trails to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and National Grasslands along the Little Missouri River. Facilities: primitive horse camp, corrals, water, tables, and fire rings 

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