North Dakota State Parks

North Dakota State Parks and Recreation

North Dakota doesn’t have any national parks. It has 13 State Parks, 1 State Historic Site, 5 State Wildlife Management Areas, 1 National Memorial, 1 National Historic Site, 4 National Wildlife Areas, 70 National Wildlife Refuges, and 3 wilderness areas.

 

State Parks

State Historic Site

State Wildlife Management Areas

National Memorial

National Historic Site

National Wildlife Areas

National Wildlife Refuges

  • Arrowwood Wetland Management District  
  • Audubon National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Audubon Wetland Management District  
  • Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Chase Lake Wetland Management District  
  • Crosby Wetland Management District  
  • Dakota Tallgrass Prairie Wildlife Management Area  
  • Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Devils Lake Wetland Management District  
  • Florence Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge  
  • J. Clark Salyer Wetland Management District  
  • Kellys Slough National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Kulm Wetland Management District  
  • Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lake Zahl National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Long Lake Wetland Management District  
  • Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lostwood Wetland Management District  
  • McLean National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Shell Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Slade National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Stewart Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Sullys Hill National Game Preserve  
  • Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Tewaukon Wetland Management District  
  • Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Valley City Wetland Management District  
  • White Lake National Wildlife Refuge

North Dakota Wilderness Areas

There are three wilderness areas in the state of North Dakota.

  • Chase Lake Wilderness
  • Lostwood Wilderness
  • Theodore Roosevelt Wilderness