Places to visit in North Dakota

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In North Dakota located near Kulm, is Whitestone Hill Battlefield State Historic Site which has two museums, picnic areas and many recreational activities can be done here. The Dakota Zoo is the largest in the state. It has 500 reptiles, birds and hundreds of mammals of different species. These can be seen by boarding a train that takes you through out the Zoo.


Whitestone Hill Battlefield
Whitestone Hill Battlefield

Opening time of the Zoo are from 25th April to 30 September from 10am to 8pm and weekends of October from 1pm to 5pm (weather permitting). Placed between Atlantic and Pacific coasts The International Peace Garden is on the world s most protected border. This garden is spread over 2300 acres on both sides of America Canada border.

This garden is standing as a token of peace that exists between Canada and America for centuries. It has lots of wildlife and many high school students come here for intensive training in music and arts.

Rugby: The Middle of Middle America stands exactly at the junction of US Highway 2 and North Dakota Highway 3, a solid evidence that you are in America s heartland. It has a museum and two railway depots are situated here.

Lawrence Welk Homestead is the place where legendary singer Lawrence was born to Russian immigrants. He debuted in a TV s national program on 2 July 1955 and it is still running in many parts of the world. Most of the objects and buildings are still as they used to be when he was growing up.

Ft. Ransom State park is spread over 887 acres providing primitive and modern facilities alike. 438 acres of land belongs to Ft. Stevenson State Park that has all the modern and primitive facilities for lively camping.

Dickinson Dinosaur Museum is exhibiting many full scale fossil rhinos and dinosaurs structure. It is located on I 94 in Dickinson. Icelandic State park is in 912 acres of land and offers all amenities for a wonderful picnic.

Lake Sakakawea State Park is in 822 acres offering all primitive and modern amenities in hundreds. Lake Metigoshe State Park has all familiar facilities in its 1551 acres of grasslands and a river. 748 acres of land at Turtle River State Park offers you all Primitive and modern campsites to enjoy the beauty of nature. It has many facilities that can be enjoyed in the winter too.

Little Missouri State Park is in 5748 acres. It offers you trails that you can explore by hiking or on the back of a rented horse. Semi modern and primitive sites are available here. Devoted to the name of the 16th President of USA, Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park is spread in 1006 acres with all amenities at 96 modern and primitive campsites.

Cross Ranch State Park is spread over 589 acres and gives access to semi modern and primitive campsites. Boat ramps are closed during the high rise of river flows mostly during summers. In 122 acres, Grahams Island State Park has the usual modern and primitive facilities. You can come here in summer as well as winter to enjoy.

With 87 primitive or modern campsites Lewis and Clark State Park is spread in 490 acres. All amenities are available here. Beaver Lake State Park is spread in 200 acres only, but has all the common modern and modern facilities.

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