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Billings County & McKenzie County, North Dakota, USA
North Dakota National Parks
North Dakota National Parks Map indicates the geographical position of the historic places of interest of the state. Also, the North Dakota state map highlights the national parks of the place.
Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site of North Dakota is one of the major national parks of the state which houses over 50 archaeological zones. Each of these zones represents the agricultural practices and cultural traditions of the Northern Plain Indians. The museum at Knife River Indian Villages presents a film on the Hidatsa civilization.
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site of North Dakota was a trading hub of American fur from 1829 to 1867. The tribes such as Blackfeet, Ojibway, Cree, Crow and Assiniboine were once served by the Fort Union Trading Post. Tourists visiting the national park of Fort Union Trading Post can explore the archeology, culture and history of the place through the in-house Visitor Center and cultural and commercial practices of Indian Trade House through the restored trading post.
The Theodore Roosevelt National Park of North Dakota is another prominent site of the state which possesses a vast expanse of prairie, bison, prairie dogs, Elkhorn Ranch site, Little Missouri river and hard wood draws.