Location, Directions, and Travel Arrangements


Deepwater Bay Bed & Breakfast is located directly across from the Deepwater Bay boat ramp just 15 minutes from Parshall, North Dakota on Highway 1804. From Parshall take highway 37 14 miles south to where the road curves to the east, go 1 mile east to where Highway 1804 tees into 37, go 1 mile south and 1/2 mile west on Highway 1804. From Garrison check your odometer as we are 40 miles west on Highway 1804...take Highway 37 west from Garrison. After about 12 miles it will become Highway 1804 but just keep going straight west and after about 33 miles straight west from Garrison, 1804 will curve to the north. About 6 miles north it will curve back to the east at mile marker 212, and we are on the south side of 1804 about 1/4 mile past mile marker 212. A Bed and Breakfast sign is out at the approach to our driveway.

Most supplies, including gas, groceries, bait, and fishing tackle are available in Parshall. We are two hours from Bismarck and 75 minutes from Minot, and can arrange airport pickup at either city. Both cities are served by Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Allegiant Airlines.  You can make your reservation with Northwest, let us know when you will be arriving, and leave the rest to us. If you prefer to do it on your own, you can rent cars at either airport. For those who would like to fly in in small planes, both Parshall and Garrison have excellent paved airports.



 

E-Mail us at
pacresag@restel.net

or call us at 701-743-4454 for additional information or reservations.
 

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