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Cavalier is a town in the Red River Valley of North Dakota, on the Tongue River. It has a population of approximately 1,537 people.


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By car[edit]

From exit 203 on I-29, take US highway 81 west for 10 miles, then continue west on state highway 5 for 9 more miles. Cavalier is at the junction of state highways 5 and 18.

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  • Pembina County Historical Museum (Next to Icelandic State Park), +1 701 265-4941, fax: +1 701 265-4691. Exhibits, restored buildings, pioneer machinery and a library tell the history of Pembina County agriculture. Open from Memorial day to October 1, daily 1PM-5PM
  • Pioneer Heritage Museum (In Icelandic State Park), +1 701 265-4561, fax: +1 701 265-4443. You can see the state's pioneer heritage. Open year-round, but hors vary. From mid-May to Labor Day, the Museum is open every Monday through Thursday from 9AM-8AM, and on Friday through Sunday from 9AM-6PM. The admission fee to Icelandic State Park is $5 daily


  • Icelandic State Park (5 miles west of Cavalier on Highway 5, on the north shore of Lake Renwick), +1 701 265-4561, fax: +1 701 265-4443, . This park offers boating and fishing for northern pike and others. There are also groomed trails for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Admission fee is $5 daily.
  • Cavalier Country Club, +1 701 265-4506. Golf.
  • Wildwood Trail. Wildwood Trail is a National Recreation Trail that winds through the preserve and provides an enjoyable educational tour. Located within Icelandic State Park, this wooded area along the Tongue River is a sanctuary for plants, birds and wildlife.




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