Inhabited as of 5-07
Marmarth, ND is a Badlands town in Slope County, five miles from the Montana border. It is in the extreme southwest corner of the state, and is just a three hour drive from Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming.
Marmarth is the most populous town you’ll see on this website, with 130 people according to the 2010 Census and bare minimum conveniences. There’s a gas station, a bar/steakhouse (with excellent food), and a railroad bunkhouse where you can rent a room with a double bed for $15 per night. Marmarth has lost 190 residents since 1960.
The most prominent abandoned structure in Marmarth is Barber Auditorium. It’s actually two buildings, Barber Auditorium and First National Bank of Marmarth.
The train depot has been cut in two pieces and relocated to a stretch of grass along the highway as you enter from the east.
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