North Dakota November 24, 2017
7 Roads With The Best Windshield Views In All Of North Dakota
North Dakota is a great place for a drive. It has so much open road to explore and enjoy, and there are some truly beautiful routes to take. If you’re looking for a road with some of the best windshield views to take in while you cruise, here are a few options to take:
1. TRNP North Unit Scenic Drive
Discover the beauty of North Dakota's only national park near Watford City by taking this 14 mile scenic drive. It will give you a fantastic view of the badlands as you wind through the colorful canyons.
2. Chan SanSan Scenic Backway
This charming route will take you on a drive through the backroads of North Dakota starting in Jamestown. It will take you through small towns, gorgeous farmlands, and really give you a taste of North Dakota.
3. Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge Scenic Backway
This is one of the most stunning wildlife refuges in the Peace Garden State and you can see it through your windshield on this scenic backway. Travel along the Des Lacs Lakes and discover what makes it so special. Located near Kenmare, ND.
4. Rendezvous Region Backway
Far up north near the Canadian border next to North Dakota's oldest town Walhalla is the Pembina Gorge. The best way to experience the gorge from the comfort of your car is by taking this great drive.
5. Turtle Mountain Byway
Travel through the peaceful, rolling hills of the Turtle Mountains by cruising along this route near Bottineau, ND. This area has a lot of history just waiting to be discovered.
6. TRNP South Unit Scenic Drive
If you're visiting Medora, ND and the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, you'll want to take this 36 mile scenic drive. Don't be surprised if you come across some unusual traffic, because herds of bison share the same roads!
7. Killdeer Mountain Four Bears Scenic Byway
The Four Bears Scenic Byway will take you on a journey through the Killdeer Mountains, rich with history and fantastic views.
Where is your favorite place to take a drive in North Dakota? These beautiful backroads and byways are one of the reason many people love this state – and
here are even more.