Fort Totten State Historic Site

Description

With 17 buildings still standing, Fort Totten is one of the best-preserved frontier outposts of the Old West. Built to protect the overland route to Montana, the fort later became a Native American boarding school. Fort Totten State Historic Site is open mid-May to mid-September from 8 AM to 5 PM, and weekdays by appointment the rest of the year. Admission costs $4 for adults, and $1.50 for children. It's located south of Devils Lake on Route 57.

Address

Hwy 57
Fort Totten, ND 58335

Lat/Long

47.97759700, -98.99319700
Visit Website
(701) 766-4441

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