Reviews of Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site (Tourist Attraction)

564 County Rd 37, Stanton, ND 58571, United States

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REVIEWS OF Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site IN North Dakota

Terry Moore

Nice visitor center display and film. Very nice earth guy reconstruction, and an easy walk to the village sites.

Gloria W

Watch the video, well worth the time. Be sure and check out the replica earth lodge behind the museum. Very cool! :)

Craig Lanham

A place of historical significance. Super great staff.

Christy Young

Neat visitor center to learn about the origional people, a functional group house lodge with replica artifacts inside, the walk along the river loop to see where villages once were, seeing where Sacajawea spent time as a preteen, excellent visitor center movie.

Margie Rother

If you like Indian history this national park is for you.

Chris Bloomfield

A great historical site. The rangers are friendly and informative. The earth lodge is a wonderful way for kids and adults to get a glimpse into history.

Mary Marcotte

Interesting historical place with family friendly activities.

Nevaeh Pullins

Jan VanLeuven

Sharon Hancock

Rose Laning

SO PEACEFUL!

Dan Haug

A nice cultural center worth a pit house that you can't check out.

justin deegan

Nan C

Very interesting. Loved the earth lodge.

Hank Roth

Ron Mistelske

Interesting and educational, but not a whole lot to see.

Viola Grant-Cole

Wow. There isn't enough publicity for this place. History is so important.

Dawn Allen-Carlson

Great little park packed with interesting history and lovely landscape. Good visitors center and lots of walking/birding trails.

Kasey Koepplin

Betty Tenai

Awesome to see the preserved culture. How else will the children of our children learn our culture.

Linda Geisel

Very very nice place very educational

Kevin Springer

Dennis Conklin

Clayton Ellsworth

So informative and important

Penance Metzner

Love it

Chad Eslinger

Johnny X

Great center and visuals. A bit of a walk, 1/4 to 1/2 mile depending on what village site you walk to. Bone and flint nappings visible in the ground (please dont take them. Its illegal and selfish). Another must stop for lewis and clark. (Where they met sacagewea)

Jacob C. Cooper

Gary B

Steve Townsend

A must see very nice museum informative and u definitely enjoy learning bout the indengenous people past and present tht lived there amazing

fidel guzman jr

Great little museum but its small and free thou.

Joe Junion

Best part is it's free. Small place but interesting history, worth a stop if you are in the area.

Richard Gates

Great history here that is well presented with outside reconstruction and museum exhibits

Douglas Worley

Very informative nice walking trails Great displays

Gloria Landis

Loved it! Very informative. Rangers working there very pleasant and helpful, very knowledgeable. Should check it out the earth lodge was great

Andrew Westberg

I woke up one day and said hey, I feel like driving across a prarie for hours just so I can see all 3 national parks in ND. Knife river was great. They were able to obtain a description of the village and village life from a woman that lived there. Think great grandma telling her great grandson the stories way back in the early 1900's. You can walk into a traditional dome house and get an authentic feel of life way back when. I even managed to see a new bird to add to my life list.

Stephen Zahradnik

Great history to be had. Try to visualize life here in the 1790s. Camping is close by and the trails are great! Nice museum!

Steve Baranski

Marie Mott

Great family spot

Nathan Piercy

The indoor display has kid-friendly "PLEASE TOUCH" signs all over. The place is very well-kept, and the staff are friendly. The earth lodge is a unique experience - you can go inside and look at the staged living area and see the structure of the lodge. It appears to have been constructed the old fashioned way - right down to the sticks making up the roof over your head. A real must-see! The trail to the river is well-maintained and there are sturdy rest benches every few hundred yards. The actual view on the trail calls for a little more imagination to enjoy it, and (in my opinion) wasn't quite worth the walk on a hot day. On the whole, I would recommend stopping here if you're in the area. Plan for 1.5 - 2 hours for indoor learning, going in the lodge, and walking the trail.

Ladonna Williams

Tom Beckel

Very neat Indian home and several fields showing where other huts once stood.

Tanya Conaway

Great place to relax and fish

Raymond Martin

Nice place to go very quiet very peaceful good place to go fishing good place to collect your thoughts

Daniel DuMond

Saw young family of wild turkeys

Wanda I. Ortiz

Janet Deaton

John Bruse

Awesome and magical place. Rangers are very helpful.

walter h

Always enjoy learning about history and new things.

Robert Harrington

Karen Helm

Ken Thompson

David Hayenga

Paul Maloney

Dave Lindhag

Very interesting, well worth the time.

Wade Ongstad REMAX AGENT

We had a great experience visiting this national historic site. The park rangers were great and a lot of great information.

linda riedinger

I treating. Grandsons 8 and 15 both enjoyed it

Pat Griffith

Really interesting history.

Wesley Brown

Van Spiros

This site has a good museum and introductory movie. It needs more signage outside

Judy Aho

Jim Warne

If you like quick along the way historical stops, This is a good one. Saw an earth lodge recreation and the remnants of what had been a village for hundreds of years.

Sandy Shirley

Patricia O'Leary

Trevor Wowk

Very interesting history

Ann Schwab

One of my favorite historical sites.

bobbi dunaway

Tina

Initially I stopped here for the cancellation stamp in my national parks book, but this stop was so much better than I expected! Easily one of my favorites. Fascinating earth house model, beautiful grassy area with visible mounds where these homes used to stand (and had collapsed), extremely helpful and kind rangers, and a great museum with lots of interesting bits of information. We even got to see some archeologists in action while we were there! Lovely and interesting place I would highly recommend to everyone!

Marcia Hadding

A great look back into history! A nice informative video told from Buffalo Bird Womens life. Glad we made the trip to visit.

Julie Parrish

Nife River Indian village was nice all the facilities are clean. The walking trail is great because it had great little interesting displays of their huts and way of life. We saw a spotted fawn really young right beside the trail

Sandra Sorola

Milady GoGa

Nick Fichter

Jon Keller

If you enjoy learning about the native history. This is well worth the stop.

Ted Bryant

Robert Willis

Very interesting

Frank Delaney Jr.

Mindy Householder

Helen Rusaw

Marsha Nichols

Brenna

A treasure.

Paul Boyle

We really enjoyed the visitor center and dwelling.

Kari X

The furnished Earth lodge is so cool.

Karri Dyson

Mason Lawlor

interesting topic for school

M.R. Gargac

mickisis1

Small but interesting museum and re-creation of an Earth mound home used by the native people's of the Missouri and Knife River area.

Virginia Connelly

Facinating

Roxanna Reed

Worth your time to visit . Nice and very informative.

Jerry & Judy Funk

Rick Green

adam cole

Edgar Foster

Really a neat place to visit and the displays and artifacts are fantastic. The rangers were wonderful to talk with and so informative.

James Owens

Loved it. Highly recommended.

Tera Lynn Gray

Participated in an excellent native pottery workshop at this park today! I'm excited for the bead loom workshop next month! Park also has a small museum, a walk-in earthlodge, 3 trails, and many depressions showing the location of Hidatsa villages. Great place to visit!

Denise Beachy

Tour guide was very knowledgeable.

Lavonna Skeans

We loved the earth lodge! Also, the displays were very informative.

Marian Brooks

Informative

Dennis Fuerst

Nice historical park in the middle of North Dakota. Unique housing domes instead of tepees make this special.

Benjamin Hynes

Fun stop in the middle of ND.

John Trouba

Michelle Keller

It brings history to life.

Paul Jongedyk

Very interesting with knowledgeable staff. Nice exhibit inside and the recreation of the Mandan house outside was great, nice and cool even on a 90 deg F day. The trail out to the old village locations was very interesting too.

Roger Klekacz

Ray Sanford

Very nice display. Worth the stop if you are interested in the Indian culture.

Amy Mossett

I had a great day at Knife River Hidatsa Villages NHS. Our northern plains view of the Eclipse was great & it was so good to visit friends I haven't seen in a while.

Rick Cleveland

Haans Halvorson

Diane Johnson

Very educational experience. Enjoyed the replica of the Indian home. Wish I had time to hike the trail. Would stop again.

Nic Cullen

Christine White Lightning

Rebecca Stroup

Max Mukimov

bruce narveson

Michelle Mingus

History is beautiful with the Eagle Woman (Sakakawea) story told where she is really from. North Dakota

Naveena G

Not a large place but a must see for the artifacts and a peek into history

Bernice Duckrow

Nick Barnett

Pretty cool place to visit. Every dip in the ground was one a house.

Michael Gerhold

Looked interesting but arrived after they closed

Cody Metzner

tecno gaming

This is a small historical site with some wonderful history. The staff was really great!

Topher Kersting

My daughter and I spent a few hours here learning about the Northern Plains Indians. The exhibits in the visitor center are very well done, and the trails are well maintained. The volunteers were very helpful, assisting my daughter with getting started with her Junior Ranger book. This was a very worthwhile diversion on our trip across North Dakota.

Cathy Johnson

Gary Brown

Gillian Plenty Chief

Kate Van Huss

Alan Coutts

Dominika Naumiuk

Business Hours of Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site in North Dakota

SUNDAY
8AM–4:30PM
MONDAY
8AM–4:30PM
TUESDAY
8AM–4:30PM
WEDNESDAY
8AM–4:30PM
THURSDAY
8AM–4:30PM
FRIDAY
8AM–4:30PM
SATURDAY
8AM–4:30PM

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