The Underrated Park That Just Might Be The Most Beautiful Place In North Dakota

When people come to visit North Dakota to see its unique landscapes and natural areas, they usually go to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. While that park is a stunning place on its own, there is another park just below it on the map that may just rival it in beauty. It isn’t as big or well known as most of the other parks in the state, and that might just make it the must underrated place in the state.

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Both the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Sully Creek State Park are amazing in their own way, but Sully Creek definitely deserves some more recognition! Fortunately, they’re close enough you can visit both in one day. For more information on the SCSP, click here.

Need more ideas on what parks to visit in North Dakota? Here’s a list of 10 state parks in the Peace Garden State you’ll love.