We were returning eastward across the state of North Dakota from Yellowstone and heard about the Enchanted Highway. While only a handful of enormous art structures span a 32 mile stretch of highway, they are interesting, adorable, and quite amazing pieces made or recycled materials. What they don't tell you is that the first couple structures are right off I-94 and the rest are near the end, though it is still worth the drive. The little town at the end of the Enchanted Highway offers a couple little shops where you can buy souvenirs and ice cream. I must note that you should return to I-94 via the Enchanted Highway and don't take the route eastward and back north since those roads are not in very good shape, there is nothing of interest to see along the way, and it really doesn't save much time. There is definitely not much to see or do while traveling across the state of North Dakota, but the Enchanted Highway is not to be missed!
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