Old Red Old Ten North Dakota Scenic Byway | Cities

The Old Red Old Ten Scenic Byway travels through ten communities that include Mandan, Almont, Sims, New Salem, Glen Ullin, Hebron, and Richardton.  Travel along next to Interstate 94, while taking time to visit and explore the unique shops, restaurants, historical sites and prairie landscape.


City of Mandan (Ext. 101)

Dacotah Speedway

IMCA Modifieds, WISSOTA streets, Hobby Stocks, Legends, Thunder 4's.

Fort Lincoln State Park

Fort Lincoln State Park is home to the On-A-Slant Indian Village and the home of General Custer. Phone: 701.667.6340

Fort Lincoln Trolley

9 mile Trolley Ride along the scenic Heart and Missouri Rivers. This restored trolley car that once ran in Bismarck now offers a unique trip to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.


There are many geocaching sites along the trail. Check out www.geocaching.com to find them all!

Heritage Home Tour

The Mandan Historical Society is currently gathering historical information on approximately 40 residences of significant historical persons associated with the railroad in Mandan or commercial rail-associated buildings.

Mandan Depot (Ext. 102)

Mandan Depot / Five Nations Art Gallery

This historic Burlington Northern Railroad Depot on Main Street in Mandan features Native American arts and crafts.

Mandan History

Mandan has a history unique dating back to 1100 AD. Take a few minutes and read about this unique and exciting city located at the confluence of the Heart and Missouri River.

Mandan Municipal Golf Course

The Mandan Municipal Golf Course is located at 1002 7 St SW. This long established 9-hole course features excellent grass greens, along with a less challenging layout. There are fewer sand bunkers and hazards on this player friendly course. It has become a favorite of beginners, juniors, and seniors who prefer a less formidable challenge

Mandan Talking Trail

Look for signs bearing the Old Red Old Ten logo to visit these Mandan points of interest along the Old Red Old Ten Scenic Byway Trail. Call 701-566-5566 to learn more.

North Dakota Railroad Museum

The Mandan railroad museum was designated the official state railroad museum of North Dakota in 1989. Open Memorial Day - Labor Day Daily - 1 pm - 5 pm CT

On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village

The On-A-Slant Indian Village is a 400-year-old Mandan Indian Village, which thrived for 200 years. Includes five reconstructed earthlodges.

Prairie West Golf Course

Prairie West Golf Course, located at 2709 Long Spur Trail across the road from Dacotah Speedway, is now one of the premier 18-hole championship public golf courses in the state.

Raging Rivers Waterpark

Wild and wet family fun awaits visitors to Raging Rivers Water Park. A full day of fun, the water park has something for everyone to enjoy, from the bathhouse for changing into swimsuits to a fast food restaurant to satisfy your hunger.

Rough Rider Statue

The "Theodore Roosevelt Roughrider" statue portrays North Dakota's most famous adopted son as colonel of the regiment he commanded in the Spanish-American War.

St. Joseph Catholic Church

St. Joseph Catholic Church was established in 1879.

St. Joseph Church (Ext. 104)

Teddy Roosevelt Monument

Dedicated in 1924, the Teddy Roosevelt Monument still stands in front of the Railroad Depot in Mandan, ND.