A Drone Flew Over A State Park In North Dakota And Captured Gorgeous Footage

North Dakota has many absolutely lovely state parks scattered across the entire state. These parks include places like Lake Metigoshe State Park near the Canadian border, fill with marshes, ponds, and of course the lake. Parks like Fort Ransom State Park are nestled in a river valley and full of forest and meadows. There are also parks in the western region among the buttes of the badlands, such as Sully Creek State Park. That state park was captured from a new perspective, a bird’s-eye view, last summer by a drone and the footage is gorgeous.

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Here is the video by Drone Videos for you to see for yourself:

Isn’t that just mesmerizing? You can visit Sully Creek State Park yourself in the spring when it opens for the season at 1465 36th St., Medora, ND 58645. Everything you need to know about the park can be found here.

This is one of many state parks in the Peace Garden State that we absolutely love. There is an entire list of other awesome parks here so you can explore them all. Check it out right here!