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North Dakota
North Dakota is home to the world's largest buffalo monument, standing at 26 feet tall and weighing 60 tons.
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North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States of America, along the Canadian border, about halfway between the Pacific Ocean and the Great Lakes. North Dakota is the 19th largest state by area in the U.S. It is also the third least populous, with only about 646,850 residents as of 2009. North Dakota was carved out of the Dakota Territory and admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889, simultaneously with South Dakota.
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota is a treasure trove for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The park boasts rugged badlands, winding rivers, and diverse wildlife, including bison, pronghorns, and wild horses. Visitors can hike the scenic trails, go on a wildlife safari, or even take a horseback ride through the park. Don't miss the chance to explore the historic Maltese Cross Cabin, where President Roosevelt once lived and worked. With breathtaking views and endless activities, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a must-see destination for any outdoor enthusiast.
The Dakota Dinosaur Museum is a dinosaur museum located in Dickinson, North Dakota, USA. The museum was first proposed in 1987 and it opened in 1994. The 13,400-square-foot (1,240 m) museum is run by volunteers. The museum contains dinosaur replicas that were made by a company in Utah together with artists from Texas and North Dakota. Most of the artifacts in the museum were donated by Larry and Alice League. The museum is open from May to Labor Day.
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site is the site of a partially reconstructed trading post on the Missouri River and the North Dakota/Montana border twenty-five miles from Williston. It is one of the earliest declared National Historic Landmarks of the United States. The fort, perhaps first known as Fort Henry, was built in 1828 or 1829 by the Upper Missouri Outfit managed by Kenneth McKenzie and capitalized by John Jacob Astor's American Fur Company.
Bonanzaville, USA is a history museum complex in West Fargo, North Dakota. Bonanzaville, the museum of the Cass County Historical Society, is made up of forty-seven buildings on 12 acres (49,000 m), many of them are historic and from the region. These buildings have been moved to the museum grounds and now form a village setting. Most of the buildings have a special theme. Displays include a prairie church, a general store, a drug store, a fire station, a jail, and a schoolhouse.
Devils Lake State Park is the name applied to the two state parks located in Ramsey County, North Dakota located on Devils Lake to the south of Devils Lake, North Dakota. The park consists of one park, Grahams Island, and one recreation area, Black Tiger Bay, totaling 1,122 acres (5 km) of land, and 107 camp sites.
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is located seven miles (11 km) south of Mandan, North Dakota. The park is home to On-A-Slant Indian Village, the blockhouses and the Custer house. President Theodore Roosevelt signed the deed to the land to the state in 1907 as Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.
The Dakota Zoo is a zoo in Bismarck, North Dakota located on the banks of the Missouri River, it is the third zoo built in North Dakota. The Dakota Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
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Bike the Maah Daah Hey
More than 120 miles of pure bliss. Whether you are looking for a great beginner ride to check out the scenery or you are a seasoned single track junkie, this trail has it all for you. Over 160 miles, 13,000 feet of climbing and descending, and some of the best views you could ever imagine."
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