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Make it a

weekend trip

Camping

The Peace Garden is nestled in the heart of the Turtle Mountains with plenty to see and do, why not make it a weekend? Stay onsite at one of our 36 campground sites or in our overflow camping sites perfect for tent camping. If camping isn’t your thing the Turtle Mountain region has abundant lodging options for a short or long stay.

campsites accommodate small tents as well as large RV’s

Many of these sites are surrounded by Aspen & Oak Trees

All sites include a picnic table & firepit

Large overflow around camping area for additional room

CAMpground season

End of May to end of September.
Longer campground dates predicted to seasonal temperatures.

Call for availability 1-888-432-6733

gate admission fees

Campground fees do not include Gate Admission Fees. Gate Admission fee to the International Peace Garden is payable and issued on arrival.

Campers staying 1 night: $20 Gate Admission Fee
Campers staying 2 nights or more: $40 Annual Membership

BOOK YOUR CAMPSITE

We will do our best to accommodate special requests, but cannot guarantee the availability of specific sites. We accept Visa, Mastercard or PayPal.

For all online bookings, you will receive a confirmation of your booking within 2 working days.

Large Sites

Sites: 6, 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 19 & 20
Over 28′ Camper, Electricity (30 amps), Cement Pad, & Water

Large Sites

Sites: 28-32
Over 28′ Camper, Electricity (20 amps)

Medium Sites

Sites: 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12 & 18
20′-28′ Camper, Electricity (30 amps), Cement Pad, & Water

Small Sites

Sites: 5, 13, 14 & 15
Up to 20′ Camper, Electricity (30 amps), Cement Pad, & Water

Un-Serviced

Sites: 21-27
Tenting Area, Pull-thru & Back-In

Overflow

Sites: 33-36
Electricity (20 amps)

Questions? Give us a call!

International: 1-888-432-6733
United States: 1-701-263-4390
Canada: 1-204-534-2510 

General Information

• Family-Friendly
• Advanced reservations suggested, but not required
• Check out time is 12:00 Noon
• No three or four-wheel ATVs or motorized dirt bikes are allowed anywhere in the Peace Gardens.
• Most pets are welcomed. Pets must be kept on a leash, and owners pick-up after them.
• Small campfires are allowed, if the fire index is moderate or below as indicated by the ND Forest Service. Please practice fire safety. Never leave fires unattended. No Fireworks are allowed in the campgrounds.
• Call the office (1-888-432-6733) for reservation cancellations.
• Only one camping unit is permitted per site. If space allows, an additional tent and/or dining tent may be set up on the campsite for use by those identified on the permit.
• Each site is allowed up to two vehicles or four motorcycles in addition to camper unit. Do not park vehicles in other campsites or on the roads. Any additional vehicles will need to be parked in designated parking lots.

Amenities

• Restaurant on site
• RV & Tent Sites
• Group Rates Available
• Showers and restrooms with electrical outlets
• Upgraded Electrical Service Comming Soon
• Bus/Motor Coach Parking on site
• Pet-Friendly
• Campfire wood is available
• Pay telephones are located at the east restroom facility and at the Gift Shop in the Formal Garden Area.
• An emergency weather shelter is available in the basement of the Center for the Performing Arts at the Music Camp.  The staff will attempt to keep campers informed of pending extreme weather conditions.
• A sewage dump station is located west of the east restroom facility.
• Garbage and recycling bins are located near the campgrounds.
• Gasoline is not available at the Peace Garden. The nearest source of gasoline is Kelvin Klinic, located approximately 4 miles south of the International Peace Garden.

Border Crossings

Prior to arriving at the gate entrance to the International Peace Garden, visitors will drive past the USA Port of Entry or the Canadian Port of Entry. You are no longer in either of these two countries.

Departing the International Peace Garden, a stop is required at the Port of Entry, of the country your wish to enter. Border Services will record identification on vehicle passengers. A passport is the preferred document and will help to expedite the process. If you are a USA or CDN citizen and do not have a passport, a photo ID such as your driver’s license is acceptable. For further questions regarding identification requirements, please contact the USA Port of Entry (701-263-4513) or the Canadian Port of Entry (204-534-6820).

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