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Fort Ransom State Park

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Fort Ransom
Fort Ransom
Fort Ransom
Fort Ransom

Fort Ransom State Park, North Dakota

Rich in homesteading heritage, Fort Ransom State Park is characterized by the scenic and heavily-wooded Sheyenne River Valley. For a look back at history, attend the annual Sodbuster Days Read more...

Rich in homesteading heritage, Fort Ransom State Park is characterized by the scenic and heavily-wooded Sheyenne River Valley. For a look back at history, attend the annual Sodbuster Days celebrations with demonstrations and exhibits of early homesteading life. It’s quite a contrast to the snowmobiling and cross-country skiing that happens here today.

Canoeing is a popular pastime with rentals available at the park, and equestrians will totally dig the corrals and trails. Oh and two (or more) words to wise: don’t rely on Google to getcha here. Go old school and follow the road signs. And hay girl, if you’re bringing livestock in, please make sure that hay is weed-free. Certified weed-free hay is available for sale at the park.

Westside Campground
Immerse yourself in North Dakota’s homesteading heritage at Fort Ransom State Park, where a historic...
East Side Campground
Laced together by just a few primitive campsites (as the name would suggest), Eastside Campground...
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