Bottineau Travel Guides
Bottineau is the seat of Bottineau County in the the north central extreme 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. It has a population of 2,234 people.
* The International Peace Gardens along the US/Canadian border.
* Bottineau County Historical Museum, North Main Street, Bottineau
* Bottineau County Fair is the oldest county fair in ND
* Four Chaplains Monument, Bottineau. Honors four chaplains who died in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland in 1943. They were aboard the U.S.S. Dorchester when it was struck by a torpedo, and they helped sailors into lifeboats and distributed life jackets. They gave up their own lives in so doing. They were last seen standing on the sinking ship, their arms entwined, heads bowed in prayer.
* Lake Metigoshe State Park Camping, hiking trails, boat ramp, fishing, swimming, canoe rentals, fishing, boating, golf. 16 miles northeast of Bottineau
* Pierre Bottineau Statue, 314 Fifth St. W, Bottineau
* Thunder Mountain Speedway, Bottineau. 3/8 mile track.
* Tommy Turtle Statue, a giant turtle riding a snowmobile. City Park, Bottineau
* Rock of Fame