International Peace Garden

Located on the Canadian/American border near Boissevain, Manitoba/Dunseith, North Dakota, which is 24 km south of Boissevain, visitors are free to roam throughout the Garden and back and forth between countries. Even standing with one foot on each side of the border.

The Peace Garden is more than a garden and flowers. It is home to art, culture, education and recreation and most importantly a destination dedicated to peace.

Visitors to the garden can hike miles of trails, take a scenic drive, visit the Peace Chapel and see quotes from world leaders, reflect at the 9-11 Memorial, see cacti and succulents from around the world at the Vitko Conservatory, grab a cup of coffee in the cafe, visit the North American Game Warden Museum, grab a photo in front of the iconic floral clock, floral flags or from the terrace of the formal gardens.

The International Peace Garden has something for everyone. Spend a day, or spend a weekend. You can camp in our serviced campground with private wooded sites, rent one of our facilities for a family or corporate gathering, or just get together with friends. Either way...it's a place to make memories.

The gardens are open year-around with the exception of the week between Christmas & New Years. Admission to the park is $25/day per car or you may purchase a $40 annual membership for unlimited access.

ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS FOR US & CANADA CUSTOMS
Please Note: The Peace Garden sits on the border of Canada and the United States and you will enter through your respective port of entry. Because you will depart through customs you will need a Passport or government-issued ID with copy of birth certificate.

Preferred: Passport or Nexus Card | Acceptable: Driver’s License with Birth Certificate | For Minors: Birth Certificate
  • Beach
  • Birding
  • Boat launch
  • Dumping Station/Sewage Disposal
  • Electric & water sites
  • Electric Sites
  • Entry fees apply
  • Full wheelchair access
  • Group camping
  • Guided package/tour
  • Hiking trails
  • Ice Fishing
  • Interpretive program
  • Manitoba Historical Society
  • Manitoba History
  • Motorcoach tour
  • Provincial Heritage Site
  • Pull-through RV sites
  • Self-guided tour
  • Unserviced sites
  • Watercraft Recreation
  • Wildlife/Nature Viewing
  • National Historic Site