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Icelandic State Park

5 miles west on Highway 5, Cavalier, ND
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This was the absolute highlight of our trip to Cavalier

My wife's father was the teacher in the 1950's in the Cranley School, which is a one room school... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
CPG3
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Woodburn, Oregon
Great trails through a nature preserve

We stayed there three nights on a weekend in a well-cared for campground. I especially enjoyed the... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Janice S
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Grand Forks, North Dakota
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5 miles west on Highway 5, Cavalier, ND
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Reviewed 3 days ago

My wife's father was the teacher in the 1950's in the Cranley School, which is a one room school house that has been restored and moved to this park. Many of his the items in the school were his, and one of the Chalkboards even...More

Thank CPG3
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We stayed there three nights on a weekend in a well-cared for campground. I especially enjoyed the short hiking trail through the nature preserve. We saw the North Dakota state flower, the wild prairie rose, blooming there. And there were very few mosquitos! The museum...More

Thank Janice S
Reviewed 17 November 2016

This is the second time I have stopped here. There are nice churches to shoot, a barn or two and lots of rusted farm machinery and a few vintage cars. Best time to shoot is early morning or late in the day.

Thank Pixelpanderer
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Went camping with family and friends. Good amenities, great sites and friendly staff. Only reservation is the water when swimming in the dammed lake; it can be a little green and less than ideal. Rinse after swimming to get ahead of any rashes.

Thank Jeff G
Reviewed 13 October 2015 via mobile

Camped at last minute to enjoy the last warm weekend. Helpful staff. Most sites are large with some privacy especially on the water. Plenty of space for our 25-ft travel trailer. Bummer that water was already turned off, but we had a full holding tank....More

Thank No T
Reviewed 12 July 2015 via mobile

Beautiful campground with clean, hot showers and helpful staff. Hikes of varying distances. Fairly accessible. Geocaches. Interesting museum.

Thank ProfFin
Reviewed 5 July 2015

We stopped here just for a short time. There is a museum of sorts that has several displays showcasing the history of the area. Since my family settled in the area over 130 years ago, I found it very interesting. There was a lot of...More

Thank sonadorcat
Reviewed 9 September 2014

We stayed at the Icelandic State Park from May 16 - May 19 2014 and had a blast. This was the first stay at the park and we look forward to making this an annual trip every May long weekend!! The site we had was...More

1  Thank Danostar
Reviewed 6 September 2014

Did a short mid-week trip to this State Park in ND. All camping sites are pull-through with water and electric, no sewer. Beautiful wooded sites, well planned and separated by woods. Nearby is the Gunlogson Arboretum with several beautiful nature trails. On Lake Renwick (Renwick...More

2  Thank Carol G
Reviewed 5 September 2014

The Park Manager was very friendly and engaging as he gave an off the cuff history lesson and answered many questions. He was extremely knowledgable and he strongly showed how much he enjoys the work at this park and his pride.

1  Thank Timothy D
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Errol O
5 March 2016|
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Response from IcelandicSP |
August the Deuce - Icelandic Celebration is in Mountain, ND. Icelandic State Park is just a 15 minute drive north and east of Mountain. If you need more information please call the park.
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