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Found in the small town of Dorset, Minnesota this tex-mex restaurant is one that will keep you coming back for more! Find all your favorites on their huge menu and enjoy the authentic atmosphere. You may find a small wait to eat, but there are plenty of old time shops on the main street to pass by time.
Crazy Horse Memorial
The Crazy Horse Memorial, located outside of Rapid City, South Dakota is a large monument that is still under construction. It will depict the Oglala Lakota Warrior. Riding a horse and pointing to his tribal land. This memorial is years in the making and is a sight to see for most. An attraction for all ages that is part of our history. Many travel to the memorial to see the progress that has been made over the years.
When asked where you might find the largest face in the US, one might think of the Statue of Liberty, whose face is eight feet tall, or better yet, Mount Rushmore, which depicts the visages of four US presidents at around 60 feet or so. However, the real answer lies not far from the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. In fact, just 17 miles away in South Dakota is where you’d find the Crazy Horse Memorial which, even in its unfinished state, is the largest face found in the US and the world, for that matter – it measures in at about 87.5 feet.
Seems like an odd fact but the Crazy Horse Memorial is an interesting monument that is still in progress more than 70 years after it was begun.
This unusual waterfall and rock formation is located in Judge C. R. Magney State Park of Minnesota. This unique waterfall has half of its stream disappears into a pothole and has had people puzzled for many generations. It may take a hike to get there, but you will not be disappointed!
Free family fun at one of the Black Hills’ original tourist attractions, open to the public since 1936! Dinosaur Park is located on a ridge of sandstone that encircles the Black Hills. Along this ridge dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous have been found. Not far from the park dinosaur footprints have been found.
As you stand on Dinosaur Park with spectacular 100-mile views and look to the east you can see the South Dakota Badlands. Most rocks of the Badlands are too young to have dinosaurs preserved, but fossil mammals are superbly represented. To the west and north of the Black Hills, dinosaurs have been found in great abundance in the basins of Wyoming and on the Northern Great Plains.
Drekker Brewing Co. - Brewhalla
Looking for a GREAT local brewery? Look no further because Drekker Brewing Co. has got you covered. With its two locations in Fargo, Drekker has become a local hotspot for family's and friends to get out and enjoy a few beers. Beer is their craft, but claims it is about more than the contents of a glass, it's what happens when a few of those glasses get raised together. Just four guys, crazy about beer and know how to host a great time.
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Fargo Air Museum
Started in 2001, The Fargo Air Museum is a nonprofit organization that serves to promote interest in aviation through education, preservation and restoration. This museum is a fantastic place to learn about aviation, participate in restoration, see full scale pieces of history or even host your special event.
Located just off I-29 interstate, The Fargo Air Museum is an easily accessed pet friendly, must-stop location. North Dakota’s premiere aviation destination, the Fargo Air Museum is home to aircraft of all eras – from the modern MQ-1 Predator unmanned drone to the “most accurate recreation of a Wright Brothers’ flyer the Smithsonian Institute has ever seen.” A “flying” museum, many of the airplanes occasionally take to the sky, a unique feature not found in the vast majority of the nation’s air museums.
Fargo Skydive is a place for your adrenaline junkie to get their fix! North Dakota is know for its flat land and simple life style, but Fargo Skydive brings a whole new element to the state! For beginners or experts they have a jump for anyone! Offering Single and tandem jumps and even student training. Get your blood flowing with these guys!!
Fort Buford And Confluence Center
Historically significant area that includes the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center which tells the story of the confluence of Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, as well as provides the same magnificent view that Lewis and Clark Expedition members enjoyed when they visited in 1805 and 1806. Located one half mile west of the Confluence Center is Fort Buford. Fort Buford State Historic Site preserves the remnants of a vital frontier military post. It is best remembered as the place where famous Sioux leader, Sitting Bull, surrendered in 1881.