Antler  is a small town of 47 people in Bottineau County, in the north central area of North Dakota. It lies just south of the border with Canada, the 49th parallel, at coordinates are latitude 48.97 N & longitude 101.28 W. Elevation: 1,535 feet.
Antler is a border town. It received minor notoriety because of the North Dakota centennial quilt, which was reputedly the world's largest until it was eclipsed by the AIDS quilt.
- By car: US-83 north from Minot, approximately 53 miles.
- Kissner's Last Stand is a working Buffalo Ranch in Antler.
- Border Town Bar & Grill (The Cabin), 213 Main St, +1 701 267-9393.
- Renville Corner, 9821 Highway 256, +1 701 756-6935.
This page was last edited at 02:10, on 13 February 2007 by Ann. Based on work by Colin Jensen and Stavro Prodromou and Wikitravel user(s) Jonboy.