There’s A Wildlife Park In North Dakota That’s Perfect For A Family Day Trip

The best way to experience North Dakota’s diverse wildlife is by heading outdoors to see it in person. The best way to do that is often by visiting one of the state’s many, many wildlife refuges. The Peace Garden State has more wildlife refuges than any other state in the country, many of which you can visit yourself. This one in particular is perfect for a family day trip to head out and enjoy the beauty of NoDak nature – and here’s why:

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The Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge is located 5 miles south of Cayuga, North Dakota on County Road 12. The refuge has an auto tour road to drive through, an overlook to get a fantastic view, and hiking trails to experience it on foot. For more information and what you need to know about visiting, click here.

North Dakota wildlife is gorgeous in many shapes and forms – click here to see some awesome wildlife photography taken here.