Custer Mine Interpretive Site
Intersection of Highway 37 & Highway 83
The Custer Mine Interpretive Site is a parcel of land that showcases a piece of Garrison's early coal mining history. Formerly the Truax-Taer Mine, the site was established in 1989 as part of North Dakota's Centennial celebration. The site includes signage explaining the history of the area and a scenic overlook. A pond is also nearby for fishing.