Visiting This One River In North Dakota Is Like Experiencing A Dream

North Dakota’s rivers have always been hugely important to the state. From the days of the fur trade along the Missouri River, to the all-important, nutrient-rich soil in the Red River Valley for our agriculture, to the canyons of the Badlands formed around the Little Missouri River, and to one of the biggest manmade lakes in the country formed by a river, Lake Sakakawea, they come in all shapes and sizes and all are important. If you’re looking for the perfect river experience — especially in the fall — then look no further than this small yet gorgeous place:

The best way to visit the Turtle River is by stopping at the Turtle River State Park. You can find more information on that right here.

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