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International Peace Garden Campground
10939 Highway 281
Dunseith, North Dakota
'701.263.4390
August 23-24, 2015

Note: Comments made here do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just the personal observations of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date.

To reach the International Peace Garden Campground, the two RV Gypsies drove past the USA Border Patrol Station (no need to stop) and just before the Canadian Border Patrol Station, they turned left into the campground and garden area. Leaving the campground, a passport was needed to enter the USA and/or Canada. The International Peace Garden is partially in the USA and partially in Canada.

Dunseith-USA Border Patrol Canadian Border Patrol

Below: After turning left into the Peace Garden, RVs must stop and register. The two RV Gypsies did call ahead and make a reservation and got one because the person on the phone said someone had canceled. Yet when the two RV Gypsies drove around to find their site, all the other sites were empty and none of them got filled up while the two RV Gypsies were there. The roads in the campground area were dirt roads.

sign: International Peace Garden entrance to International Peace Garden

This was possibly the biggest site the two RV Gypsies ever had. It was a pull-through site, 30-amp and water. No sewer. No phones. No Wi-Fi. Only one TV station came in via antenna. Even though the pull-thru site was plenty long, the parking pad was too small. The two RV Gypsies were glad it wasn't raining or the site would have been muddy.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies at International Peace Garden Campground the RV of the two RV Gypsies at International Peace Garden Campground

Below: view standing in front of the RV and looking towards the woods. There were lots of birch trees, which are Lee's favorite trees.

the newest yard of the two RV Gypsies birch trees

Below: View standing in front of the RV and slightly to the side to see some of the side yard with the picnic table and a touch of the next parking space behind them, which remained empty.

the newest yard of the two RV Gypsies

Below: View of the two RV Gypsies' RV and toad as seen by standing behind their picnic table.

the RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies

Below: View behind the picnic table. Lots of woods. And for a change, the picnic table was in perfect condition. Most campgrounds have picnic tables that are in bad shape. The two RV Gypsies seldom use the picnic tables, but it is still nice to look at a well maintained yard and table.

nice looking picnic table

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