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Experience Morton County

Morton County

Morton County has bee around since 1873, but was later organized in 1878. The name Morton came from Oliver Hazard Perry Throck Morton, who was the governor of Indiana and later was a Senator of the United States. In the year 1881 the county was reorganized to bring back the detached portion of Morton County back. In 1916, 1,666 square miles of Morton county was detached to form Grant County.

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Cities in Morton County

This small town of 122 community members has been around since 1906. The town might be small but it has a large community support.  

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The town of Flasher has been around since 1902. With a population of 218, the town is still full of life and experience. Keep updated on what Flasher has to offer by following their Facebook page. 

Glen Ullin

Just off Interstate 94, Glen Ullin is a great small town that is full of potential. It was incorporated as a village in 1901 and later in 1910, it became a city. 


Another small town nestled in the middle of North Dakota, this town is about 2 miles off the Interstate. It officially became a city in 1916. Hebron is mostly known for it's large Hebron Brick Company Inc. which has been operating since 1904.

Mandan (County Seat)

Mandan is the biggest city within the Morton County lines, with its birth in 1881. Mandan is full of so many new opportunities for all the visitors and community members. Find out what they have to offer. 

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New Salem

This thriving community has been full of life since 1883. New Salem has many attractions, but the one that stands out the most is the Salem Sue. Take a quick tour of what New Salem has to offer, when passing by it on the Interstate.

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Unincorporated Communities in Morton County


St. Anthony


Experiences in Morton County

Salem Sue
Highway 10 (139)
Harmon Lake/Campground
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
Morton County Hunting/Fishing Areas
Sweetbriar Lake
Little Heart Rifle Range
Fort Rice
Huff Hills Ski Area
Huff Indian Village Historic Site
North Dakota State Railroad Museum
Lewis and Clark Riverboat
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