Dunseith is a town in the Turtle Mountains area of North Dakota. It has a population of about 739 people. Its elevation is 1,700 feet.

UnderstandEdit

Dunseith is a destination point for visitors, because it is the gateway to the Turtle Mountains and it lies just a few miles south of the International Peace Garden. This beautiful botanic garden straddles the border between Manitoba, Canada and the US.

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SeeEdit

  • International Peace Garden. More than 150,000 varieties of flowers adorn this 2,339 acre botanical garden that commemorates the peace between Canada and the US. Special feature: large flower clock structure, twin bell tower carillon, peace chapel, Home of the International Music Camp. Open daily from 8AM to 10PM from mid-May to mid-September.
  • 1 Lake Metigoshe State Park (About 22 miles north and west of Dunseith).    
  • W'eel Turtle, +1 701 244-5860. This giant statue of a turtle, which is made from 2,000 used tire rims, is both a symbol of the Turtle Mountains and an eminent example of reuse.

DoEdit

  • Camping
  • Golf

BuyEdit

  • Log House (Junction of US281 and SH5), +1 701 244-5860. This tourist information center offers Pride of North Dakota crafts in the gift shop.

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DrinkEdit

SleepEdit

  • Dale's Motel (Junction SH3 and SH5), +1 701 244-5491. Also has a restaurant.

Go nextEdit

Take US Highway 281 about 12 miles north from Dunseith to the International Peace Garden. From there you can drive west on SH43 to Lake Metigoshe State Park.

Routes through Dunseith
Brandon ← becomes     N   S  BelcourtChurchs Ferry
END  N   S  → Jct   E → Jct   ERugby
CrosbyBottineau  W   E  BelcourtCavalier


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