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Douglas is a very small town in the Lakes and Gardens area of North Dakota. It has a population of about 64 people. Its elevation is 2,055 feet above sea level.

Understand[edit]

Douglas is located north of Lake Sakakawea, about 35 miles south and west of Minot. It is between Max and Ryder on the CPR line.

Get in[edit]

  • By car: from Bismarck, travel north on US-83 about 70 miles. About 3 miles past Max, just as you enter Ward County, turn west on two-lane paved road to Douglas, about 9 miles.

Get around[edit]

No public transportation is available to, from or in Douglas.

See[edit]

  • Douglas Centennial Museum, +1 701 529-4493. Open by appointment. Exhibits from the towns early years, including business, church, and school artifacts.

Do[edit]

  • Hiddenwood Lake (7 miles south of Makoti). Fishing for pike, walleye, and perch.
  • Makoti Lake (5 miles south of Makoti). Fishing for pike and perch.
  • North Carlson Lake (8 miles east of Ryder). Fishing for pike and perch.
  • South Carlson Lake (8 miles east of Ryder). Fishing for pike and perch.
  • Hunting. Sharp-tailed grouse, ring-necked pheasant, hungarian partridge, sandhill crane, wild turkey, white-tailed deer, fox and coyote. Check here for seasons licenses.

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There are no public accommodations in Douglas; the nearest are in Minot.

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