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.

New Salem

First Presbyterian Church (Ext. 205)

First Presbyterian Church/Salem United Church of Christ

In 1883, New Salem was founded by members of the German Evangelical Church Society, which held their services in German.

Gaebe Pond

This pond is stocked full of fish, and ready for you to enjoy.


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

Jeff Heid Memorial Tennis and Basketball Courts

Lighted tennis courts and a basketball half court.

New Salem City Park

Stop by our city park and let you children play on the many slides, swings and merry-go-round or relax on a park bench under a tree or enjoy a picnic in one of the shelters.

New Salem Historical Society and Museum

The New Salem Historical Society was organized in 1969 with the purpose of establishing a local museum to create interest in past history and preserve it for the future generations. Nine buildings: school, church, blacksmith shop, 1910 house, railroad depot, farm machinery, cars, tractors, clothing. 701-843-7384 bmaier@westriv.com Sunday 1-4 p.m., anytime by appointment

New Salem History

Take a little time to turn off Interstate 94 at Exit 127 and visit New Salem! Located just 30 miles West of North Dakota’s state capital, New Salem is a beautiful small town that has been a thriving community since 1883. New Salem is the home to family’s and retired couples alike because of its beauty and quiet nature.

New Salem North Park

This park is a great place to stop for the day or stay for the week.

New Salem Retail

New Salem has great businesses for your shopping needs. Stop in one of our stores to get a new decoration for your home or ammunition for your next hunting trip. We have something for everyone.

New Salem Salons

Visit one of our local salon's to pamper yourself!

New Salem Services

New Salem offers vendors for all of you needs. While visiting New Salem you can pick up anything from lumber to auto parts.

New Salem Swimming Pool

The New Salem Outdoor Swimming pool has entertained young and old for decades. It has a diving board, a childrens wading pool and a new slide. The pool is open every summer from the beginning of June to the end of August. Visit the New Salem Swimming pool to cool off this summer and splash around!

New Salem Talking Trail

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

New Salem Veterans Memorial

This beautiful memorial was built and is maintained by New Salem's American Legion. The walls are filled with all local military past and present. Look through this amazing list and find one of your loved ones. This memorial is dedicated to all that have served for our country.

Red Trail Links and Club House

9 holes over 2,955 yards with a par of 38 (Municipal) The Red Trail Links has a club of members that meet and enjoy the clubhouse and golf course..... Men's golf & dinner Wednesday's at 6:30 Don Kautzman 843-8721 Annual memberships - •family $250 •single $200 •student $50

Salem Sue

The World's Largest Holstein Cow has become a landmark for travelers across North Dakota. Visible for miles, and big enough to impress even the likes of Paul Bunyan, the fiberglass lady Holstein stands 38 feet high and 50 feet long on top of School Hill on the north edge of New Salem. A project of the New Salem Lions Club, Salem Sue was constructed in 1974, at a cost of $40,000.00 as a tribute to the area's dairy industry. The visitor to the Cow will not only be amazed at her size but will also be afforded a spectacular view of the surrounding countryside.

Sweet Briar Lake

Interstate 94 Scenic Area-Morton County's second most popular park