Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

Description

If you're looking for North America's native big game, head for Sullys Hill National Game Preserve on the south shore of Devils Lake. Established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1904, the 1,674-acre park is one of four refuges managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for American bison and elk. Remember to keep your distance, as bison are notoriously unpredictable. You'll also find white-tailed deer, prairie dogs, turkeys, and other native wildlife among the wooded, glacial moraines and native grasslands. Fort Totten, one of the country's best preserved 19th-century military outposts is also visible from the scenic overlook. The four-mile auto tour opens at 8 AM, with various closing times, from May through October. The nature trail is open year-round. The preserve is off Route 57, 13 miles south of the town of Devils Lake.

Address

2107 Park Drive
Fort Totten, ND 58335

Lat/Long

47.97933100, -98.97995000
Visit Website
(701) 766-4272

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