North Dakota / Canadian Border Crossings
North Dakota’s 310-mile northern border has 18 international ports that are shared with the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The most heavily-used border crossings are at Pembina, Portal, Peace Garden, and Neche. These are also major trucking portals between the U.S. and Canada.
Detailed Information on Each North Dakota Border Crossing
Below are links to our pages with detailed information on each of the vehicle border crossings between the U.S. state of North Dakota and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. These pages include travel tips, current border wait times, road conditions, and other real-time information. As you read down the list, you are seeing the border crossings running from West to East.
- Fortuna / Oungre
- Ambrose / Torquay
- Noonan / Estevan
- Portal / North Portal
- Sherwood / Carievale
- Antler / Lyleton
- Westhope / Coulter
- Carbury / Goodlands
- Peace Garden
- St. John / Lena
- Hansboro / Cartwright
- Sarles / Crystal City
- Hannah / Snowflake
- Maida / Windygates
- Walhalla / Winkler
- Neche / Gretna
- Pembina / Emerson
Traveler Information for North Dakota
- Important! Not all Border Crossings in North Dakota have the same hours of operations and commercial capabilities. Make sure you confirm these items and the road conditions before you leave. You can do this by using the website and telephone numbers we provide in the listing for each border crossing.
- You can obtain information on Visitor Center and Rest Area locations in North Dakota on their website.
- RV dump sites are NOT provided at ND Visitor Centers and Rest Areas, and they have a separate web page showing RV dump sites.
Traveler Information for Saskatchewan
- Most of the province does not change for daylight savings, so be sure to double check the time zones before heading to the border.