Across North Dakota, outdoor enthusiasts have a wide choice of trails to help them explore the state’s diverse terrain, beautiful scenery and historical
landmarks. Whether a seasoned trail user or a novice, a longtime resident or a visitor, North Dakota’s wide variety of outdoor trails will take you on an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the trails!
Note: All North Dakota state parks charge a daily vehicle entrance fee. 100 percent of entrance fees are used to fund the operation and maintenance of North Dakota state parks.
North Dakota's State Forests, Recreation Areas and Natural Areas also offer many opportunities for trail users. Click here for more information and to view trail maps.
Click here to view a pdf version of the North Dakota State Trail Guide (pdf 6.03mb) which contains trail information and maps for trails in North Dakota's State Parks, State Forests, Recreation Areas and Natural Areas.
Please view the table below to see what trail opportunities each park offers. Click on the park's link to go directly to that park's trail page.
|Beaver Lake State Park|
|Cross Ranch State Park|
|Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park|
|Fort Ransom State Park|
|Fort Stevenson State Park|
|Grahams Island State Park|
|Icelandic State Park|
|Lake Metigoshe State Park|
|Lake Sakakawea State Park|
|Lewis and Clark State Park|
|Little Missouri State Park|
|Sully Creek State Park|
|Turtle River State Park|