Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

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Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

Address:c/o Devils Lake WMD
PO Box 908
Devils Lake, ND 58301

Phone:701-662-8611
Fax:701-662-8612
Web: sullyshill.fws.gov
Established: 1931.
Location:Central North Dakota, on the south shore of Devils Lake.
Facilities:Visitor center, viewing sites, picnic area, trails, auto tour route (4 miles), historic features, amphitheater.
Activities:Hiking, cross-country skiing, educational programs.
Special Features:Sullys Hill is one of four refuges for American bison and elk managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Its herd of bison was established in 1918 with just six animals brought in from Portland, Oregon.
Habitats: 1,674 acres of wooded hills and wetland marshes.
Access: The auto tour route an nature trail are open from May through October, dawn to dusk.
Wild life: Bison, elk, deer, prairie dog, turkey, and waterfowl.

See other parks in North Dakota.
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(10) Despite the establishment of such crown jewel parks as Yosemite, the unstructured pre-1916 expansion of the system had led to unsatisfactory additions such as Platt National Park in Oklahoma and Sullys Hill National Park in South Dakota.