Turtle Mountains

The Turtle Mountains are a region of North Dakota. The Turtle Mountains are located along the border with Manitoba, in the central part of the state. It is one of only a few naturally forested places in the state, and provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities and just taking in the scenery.
Popular destinations: Bottineau, Dunseith and Belcourt

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Bottineau is a town in the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota. It is located about 10 miles south of the Canadian border, in the Turtle Mountains and is known as the four seasons playground of North Dakota.
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Dunseith is a town in the Turtle Mountains area of North Dakota. It has a population of about 739 people.
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Belcourt is a town in the Turtle Mountains area of North Dakota. It has a population of about 2,440 people.
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Antler is a small town of 47 people in the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota. It lies just south of the border with Canada, the 49th parallel, at coordinates are latitude 48.97 N & longitude 101.28 W.
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Mylo is a small town in the Turtle Mountains region of the north central part of North Dakota.
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