Explore The Wonders Of White Horse Hill National Game Preserve In North Dakota

There are few places in North Dakota with views quite as spectacular as the one you’ll get at the top of White Horse Hill. This spot has a bit of a climb to reach, but it’s worth the effort. It was even a former National Park that was founded by Theodore Roosevelt. See what makes this particular game preserve in North Dakota a favorite of many visitors and a place that’s memorable to everyone who experiences it.

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The White Horse Hill National Game Preserve is open daily from 8:00 AM to sundown. It’s entirely free to visit, so make sure you add it to your list. Learn more about the park by clicking here.

Did you know that this is not the only former National Park in the Peace Garden State? There is another lost National Park in North Dakota that not many people know about, but should.

Address: 2107 Park Drive, St Michael, ND 58301, USA