Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

614 Park Dr.
Fort Totten, ND 58335- Map It
(701) 766-4272

AAA Editor Notes

Sullys Hill National Game Preserve, 1 mi. e. of Fort Totten on a BIA road, is a 1,674-acre regional environmental learning center. Within the preserve is a 4-mile, self-guiding auto tour route, two hiking trails with interpretive signs, cross-country skiing trails and an amphitheater where summer programs take place. Among the resident mammals and birds are plains bison, Rocky Mountain elk, white-tailed deer, prairie dogs, wood ducks, Canada geese, white pelicans, mink and beavers. The Sullys Hill Visitor Center has a North Dakota habitat display with dozens of mounted animals in prairie, forest and wetland settings. A wall of windows overlooks a birding garden, where you can sit in an easy chair and watch the action at the feeders. Recreational activities are permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
Free.
Hours: Preserve open daily 8 a.m.-dusk. Automobile tour route open May-Oct. (season may be extended depending on weather). Visitor center open Tues.-Sat. 9-4, Sun. noon-4, mid-May to mid-Aug. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.