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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!
Starting in Grand Marais, the Gunflint Trial winds 57 miles towards the Canadian Border on a beautiful drive ending at Saganaga Lake. This scenic drive has many opportunities to explore, fish, and camp along the way or you can stay at the Gunflint Lodge in Grand Marais! Don't miss out on the great year-around recreational opportunities here!
Maah Daah Hey Trail
The Maah Daah Hey Trail is loaded with amazing scenery and home to many different wildlife. Located in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, this 98-mile main trail connects the southern and northern units of the park. The trail is open to hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders. This trail is ranked as intermediate/difficult but their are plenty of different trails to explore! Seasonal guided tours are offered through Dakota Cyclery Mountain Bike Adventures.
The Medora Musical is a Broadway-styled musical production held nightly throughout the summer in the Burning Hills Amphitheatre in Medora. A rotation of specialty acts appear.
Set in the outdoor splendor of the rugged North Dakota Badlands, this professionally produced, high energy, western-style musical show is proudly dedicated to the legacy of America's 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt, and the time he spent here in the Badlands of the Dakota Territory, this is a show you don't want to miss!
The Pyramid of North Dakota
The historic Pyramid of North Dakota is really the remnants of an early American attempt at missile defense. Built at the expense of 6 billion dollars in Nekoma, North Dakota, the pyramid was developed 1960's. Although you cannot actually explore the pyramid or the building sites, you can take pictures and observe from a gravel road. Check out this incredible piece of American History.
Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area Trailhead
The Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area is a hot spot for adventure seekers during any season! With over 2,800 acres of beautiful public land, there is various terrains and trails for whatever activities you enjoy! They have motorized and non-motorized trials and are open to horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, UTV's, ATV's, Snowmobiles and off-high vehicles (OHV).