North Dakota’s Niagara Falls Is Too Beautiful For Words

It’s not a secret that North Dakota isn’t known for having waterfalls. In fact, the state only has one actual natural waterfall that is hidden deep within a forest that not many people have seen. It certainly doesn’t have something as big and majestic as the Niagara Falls in New York and Canada, but that doesn’t mean we as North Dakotans can’t appreciate what we do have. And what we do have is actually quite pretty! These falls in one of the state parks may not be huge, but they are our Niagara Falls and are perfect in their own way. Take a look:

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You can visit Turtle River State Park at 3084 Park Ave., Arvilla, ND 58214. This part of the river can be reached by parking at the CCC shelter or taking the Woodchuck Trail. For more information about the park, click here.