The Pembina Gorge encompasses the largest uninterrupted block of woodlands in North Dakota, and the longest segment of unaltered river valley in the state. The ride through the gorge is on gravel, but worth a look nonetheless.
This historic site preserves the 1840s home and trading post of Métis legislator and businessman Antoine Blanc Gingras. Interpretive panels and exhibits about Gingras, Métis heritage and the fur trade are located in the restored house.
The Pembina River is North Dakota’s only “white water river.” The meandering Pembina River is considered tame, but offers excellent canoeing with access docks located at Vang Bridge, Brick Mine Bridge and Highway 32 White Bridge.