THE DULLUM FILE Turtle River
Turtle River State Park this afternoon.... Posted on 9/30/12 at 6:30 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Trout to be stocked today at Turtle River State Park
If youre a fan of stream trout fishing, you might want to make a trip to Turtle River State Park west of Grand Forks.
Park manager Steve Crandall told me this afternoon the North Dakota Game and Fi... Posted on 4/10/12 at 3:04 PM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Fun in the summer sun!
It looks like our hot streak is going to continue in the Grand Cities this week with temps hitting the upper 80s and 90s! While we should be extra careful when venturing out, but we we can still enjoy... Posted on 7/18/11 at 4:34 PM
Mother Nature rewarded a dozen children and their families gathered Saturday afternoon for an outdoor event with clear skies and calm winds. Winter Wanders, a park program, educated the kids how to use the bounty of the woods to create works of art.
A meeting scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at Turtle River State Park will be an open forum on adding paved trails. As a year-around user of the park for almost two decades, I have observed increasing deforestation, as trails are unnecessarily widened and more green space is paved.
Residents of northeast North Dakota were invited to visit the camp of the CCC Company by Capt. Lawrence Holder. Located north of Arvilla, N.D., it was then called the Grand Forks State Park. It is now Turtle River State Park.
The fourth annual Winter Fest at Turtle River State Park near Arvilla, N.D., will go on as planned Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., although some activities will be modified because there’s no snow.
Turtle River State Park near Arvilla, N.D., is gearing up for its winter activities including a Winter Fest on Dec. 28-29 and cross country skiing. It also has 2012 park passes for sale in time for the holidays.
With the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the land north of Arvilla, N.D., that once was pasture was turned into a beauty spot in 1936.
Called Turtle River State Park today, it first was called Grand Forks State Park.
Sue Twedt’s lively game of fetch in the Turtle River with her two dogs almost turned deadly. Twedt was standing calf-deep in the Turtle River east of the Turtle River State Park dam, throwing sticks to Hagrid, her Great Dane, and Mudge, her Labradoodle, on June 19 when both animals disappeared, she said.
Turtle Fest 2011, an annual celebration of the outdoors at Turtle River State Park near Arvilla, N.D., will be held June 18 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the park 20 miles west of Grand Forks on U.S. 2.
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