RegentRegent is a small farming community in Western North Dakota. The population of Regent is only about 250 people. It was founded in 1910. The surrounding area is a popular fishing and hunting destination.
Regent is accessible by automobile via the Enchanted Highway heading south, about 30 miles from the Gladstone exit #72 on I-94. It can also be reached by state highway 21, between New England (North Dakota) and Mott
In this wide open country, the most popular local transportation is the pickup truck. Local guides are available for hunters and fishers.
The Enchanted Highway is a rural road that is adorned with large-scale metal sculptures related to the local area: Deer Crossing, Giant Grasshoppers, the Tin Family, Theodore Roosevelt Rides Again, Pheasant Family, Fisherman's Dream, and Geese in Flight, by Gary Greff.
FishingOn Larson Lake, Indian Creek Dam, Castle Rock Dam, Blickensderfer Dam, Mott Watershed Dam and Cannonball River for pike, walleye, perch, bluegill, trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass. State Fish & Game Site
HuntingFor Ringneck Phaesant, Sharptail Grouse, Hungarian Partridge. Also: Antelope, Coyote, Fox, Jack Rabbit, Whitetail and Mule Deer, Mink, Beaver, Muskrat, Raccoon, and Skunk.
Regent Consumers Co-Opphone: +1 701 563-4489For groceries and general supplies.
Enchanted Highway Gift ShopYour source of local souvenirs.
Regent Cafephone: +1 701 563-4485address: Main Street
Cannonball Saloonphone: +1 701 563-4485
phone: +1 58650 701 563-4562address: 50 W 2nd St
Prairie Vista B&Bphone: +1 701 563-4542At the end of "The Enchanted Highway". Ranch style home with 7 bedrooms, 3 baths, sauna, indoor swimming pool.
phone: +1 701 567-2129Temporary accommodation houses available in Hettinger, ND.
Niemeyer's Ringneck Lodgephone: +1 701 824-23729-bed lodging in Mott, ND, hunting packages available.