US: Dunseith, ND 58329 CAN: Boissevain, MB
701-263-4829 Off-season: 724-372-3605

Where We Are Now

DSCF2883100_0870The Game Warden Museum has become the centralized collection point for significant items from the profession.  We presently have and are continuing to collect vintage uniform, decoys, badges, patches and crests, and a range of tools used in Wildlife enforcement as display items.  The museum also collects both historic and contemporary books, publications and photos.  The museum houses these items for the profession and uses then in exhibits to educate the public.


DSC00332_332_074DSC00328_328_070A collection of confiscated animals, skins and illegal items are displayed with their history.

It is the museum’s goal to educate the public on the law enforcement aspects of the game warden profession and their importance to the earth’s conservation thru these exhibits.


dsc02589SN856256 During July and August we offer summer programming with our visiting officer program and experts in professions relating to natural resource conservation and environment. 


wardens-aniChampions of our profession such as officers of the year, life-saving heroes, rescue award recipients and others are celebrated for their achievements throughout the facility and in our programming.




p8140072 100_0873_crop_cropIndividual efforts and remembrances may also be recognized through the sponsorship of engraved paving stones.