Iwen Park North Bike Trail (Mountain Biking)

Iwen Parks North Bike Trail is an easy 4 mile trail in Fargo! The trail connects Iwen Park to Lions Conservancy Park and runs through wooded areas to create a trail that should be suitable for most riders. Alongside the Red River, there is sure to be some great views and wildlife roaming! 


Iwen Park South Bike Trail (Mountain Biking)

This a short and fun winding trail. Located at Iwen park in Fargo, this 2 mile trail is a great workout with on and off accelerations and some tight tree spots. This is one of the most popular trails in the Fargo/Moorhead area and is rated as moderate. 


Jamestown Reservoir Trail (Biking)

This is an easy, paved trail that goes along the Jamestown Reservoir! The trail is about a mile long and can lead to other trails. Great for biking, walking or running! 


Knife River Indian Village

Visit the National Historic Site where in 1804 was the meeting place of Sakakawea and Lewis and Clark! On the remains of an 1845 ancient Indian village, sits a state of the art museum dedicated to preserving the culture of the Plains Indians. The Museum has many things to do like watching orientation film maxidiwiac, art work and many exhibits throughout, Earthlodge, Hidatsa garden and the Village trail (1.3 Miles) that you can walk on and by the Knife River. 


Lake Sakakawea

This man-made reservoir, with over 1,300 miles of shoreline and stretching over 180 miles, is the third largest in the Nation. Located in North Dakota (near Williston), Lake Sakakawea is a great location for anglers, boaters, swimmers and campers! Also being surrounded by beautiful State Parks, Lake Sakakawea has something for every outdoor enthusiast! 

Nearby Campgrounds:

  • Lewis & Clark State Park
  • Lake Sakakawea State Park
  • Fort Stevenson State Park
  • Triangle Camp
  • Wolf Creek
  • Lunds Landing

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and Fort Mandan

The North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center stands at the crossroads of culture and commerce on the Northern Plains. When Lewis & Clark arrived at the Mandan and Hidatsa villages in 1804, they simply became the most famous of many people who visited in search of knowledge and trade. Today’s visitors will experience engaging exhibits, hundreds of period artifacts, world-class art collections and friendly interpreters who tell the story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition like never before. Visitors can step back in time at the reconstructed Fort Mandan, a fully furnished, full-size replica of the fort in which the Lewis and Clark Expedition overwintered in 1804-1805. Their time here was characterized by the hospitality of the Mandan and Hidatsa peoples. In fact, this is where they met and built friendships with such important figures as Sacagawea, Toussaint Charbonneau and Sheheke-Shote.


M.B. Johnson Trail

Located just outside the Fargo/Moorhead area, the M.B. Johnson Trail is a great trail for beginners, kids and bicyclist alike. This short trail can has a few short climbs and descends with unique features. The trail is labeled as an Easy/Intermediate trail. Trail can be ridden many times and can be a great workout close to town!


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 144-mile main trail connects through the Badlands, Theodore Roosevelt National park and the Old West town of Medora. 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.