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When it comes to one-of-a-kind national parks to check out in North Dakota, few make quite as much of an impact as the International Peace Garden. If you're planning to book an RV in Rolette County, you'll want to add this park to your list. The International Peace Garden gets its name from its position on the United States-Canada border, making it an international park that everyone can enjoy.

The land surrounding the International Peace Garden is prairie dotted with lakes. The garden itself was built in 1932 as a symbol of peaceful relations between the two countries, and the Peace Garden State became North Dakota’s official state nickname in 1957. Rent an RV and plan to spend a few days exploring this outdoor oasis.

Getting Outdoors

This 2,400-acre expanse offers an abundance of activities and landscapes for Dunseith campers to enjoy and explore. The park's short hiking trail network is suitable for all skill levels. Walk the path through the formal gardens, which crosses the border to Canada. Along the loop trail, you'll see many of the park's most popular attractions, including the Peace Chapel, 9/11 Memorial Site, and the conservatory and interpretive center.

Make time to visit the park's star attraction: the gardens themselves. Check out the pollinator garden, which supplies fresh fruits and veggies for the park's cafe. Thousands of flowers are planted at the park each year, meaning there will be something new for you and your family to admire each time you visit. Cacti and succulents are on display at the park's conservatory, while the sunken garden provides an abundance of photography opportunities, including a patchwork of colorful flowers, ponds, and reflective pools.

Another area of interest at the park is the Historic Lodge. The lodge was built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and it's the oldest building in the park. The fun doesn't stop in winter, when the park's three-mile cross-country skiing trail network opens up to winter wanderers.

Camping at the International Peace Garden

Before you go RV camping at the International Peace Garden, there's one thing you'll need to keep in mind. Because this park is located on an international border, you'll need to understand how accessing the park works. Visitors and campers alike can enter the park without needing to pass through customs and will be able to move around the park as needed. What you'll need to keep in mind is that when you're leaving the park, you'll end up passing through the International Peace Garden Border Crossing stations. This means that you'll need to go through the immigration procedures, even if you're returning back to the United States.

With that being said, there are several RV camping sites at the park. The largest sites can accommodate RVs over 28 feet long. The medium sites can accommodate RVs that are between 20 and 28 feet long. Finally, the small sites can handle RVs that are no more than 20 feet long. These campsites also have hookups available, with some campsites having 30-amp power hookups and others having 20-amp power. Some RV sites have water hookups. Amenities include showers, water, firewood, and restrooms. Leashed pets are welcome, but make sure to respect this beautiful space and clean up after your dog.

Exploring the Area

Make time to explore the attractions nearby when visiting the International Peace Garden. If you're willing to make the drive over to Grand Forks, you'll find several worthwhile attractions, from museums and art galleries to parks and golf courses. The North Dakota Museum of Art is worth a wander. This establishment displays work from artists all across the world, but one of the highlights is its collection of indigenous art. Or, you could catch a show at any of the performing arts centers and theaters in town. Stroll around the quaint downtown area and see what you can find.

Another area you could go to is the city of Minot, which is home to the Roosevelt Park Zoo. This zoo houses big cats, bison, bears, river otters, and many other animals. The Dakota Territory Air Museum is a must-see for military history enthusiasts. One of the highlights here includes the WWII warbirds which have been beautifully restored. At Scandinavian Heritage Park, you can check out the centuries-old Norweigian cabin, Finnish sauna, and authentic Nordic church and museum.

In the town of Dunseith, there are several places to get some American cuisine, stock up on groceries, and make sure that you have enough fuel in your rental RV to make the most out of your trip.

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