North Dakota Highway 1804

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North Dakota Highway 1804 marker

North Dakota Highway 1804
Lewis and Clark Trail
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length: 342.805 mi[1] (551.691 km)
Major junctions
South end: SD 1804 near Pollock at South Dakota border
 
North end: S-327 at Fort Union Trading Post at Montana border
Location
Counties: Emmons, Burleigh, McLean, Mountrail, Williams
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highways
ND 810 ND 1806

North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND 1804) is a state highway in the U.S. state of North Dakota. ND 1804 and ND 1806 were named to reflect the years of Lewis and Clark's travels through the area, and together constitute the portion of the Lewis and Clark Trail that runs through North Dakota along the northeast and southwest sides of Lake Sakakawea and the Missouri River, respectively.[1]

Route description[edit]

Highway 1804 begins at the border between North Dakota and South Dakota near Pollock, South Dakota, and continues uninterrupted along the north east side of the Missouri River through Emmons, Burleigh, McLean, Mountrail, and Williams counties. At the intersection of Bismarck Expressway in Bismarck, the highway temporarily splits into a separate northbound route (concurrent with 9th Street) and southbound route (concurrent with 7th Street) until both roads terminate at E Boulevard Avenue in front of the North Dakota State Capitol grounds. Further north in Bismarck, ND 1804 intersects Interstate 94, from which it runs concurrent with US 83 for a short distance.

Just north of Bismarck, ND 1804 diverges from US 83 to closely follow the Missouri River. It once again runs concurrent with US 83 until just northeast of Lake Sakakawea, where ND 1804 permanently diverges west to closely follow the lake. At Williston, a brief concurrence with US 2 and US 85 begins and ends as ND 1804 dips south alongside the Missouri River to meet its final terminus at Montana Secondary Highway 327 in the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Emmons 0.000 0.000 SD 1804 continuation into South Dakota
28.902 46.513 ND 13
Burleigh Bismarck 78.575 126.454 ND 810 (Bismarck Expressway)
81.221 130.713 I-94 / US 83 (State Street) south end of first US 83 concurrency
82.973 133.532 US 83 north end of first US 83 concurrency
McLean 113.383 182.472 US 83 south end of second US 83 concurrency
Washburn 120.147 193.358
ND 200A
Underwood 132.382 213.048 ND 200 south end of ND 200 concurrency
139.676 224.787 ND 200 north end of ND 200 concurrency
Coleharbor 143.474 230.899 ND 48
Lake Sakakawea
151.741 244.203 US 83
ND 37
north end of US 83 concurrency
south end of first ND 37 concurrency
185.218 298.079 ND 37 north end of first ND 37 concurrency
213.688 343.898 ND 37 south end of second ND 37 concurrency
Mountrail 230.575 371.074 ND 37
ND 23
north end of second ND 37 concurrency
east end of ND 23 concurrency
240.540 387.112 ND 8
New Town 247.145 397.741 ND 23 west end of ND 23 concurrency
Williams Williston US 85B end of US 85B
319.826 514.710 US 2 east end of US 2 concurrency
319.826 514.710 US 2
322.521 519.047 US 85 west end of US 85 concurrency
341.054 548.873 ND 58 west end of US 85 concurrency
324.991 523.022 US 2 west end of US 2 concurrency
341.054 548.873 ND 58
342.805 551.691 S-327 continuation into Montana

References[edit]

Route map: Google

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