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North Ridge Trail (Mountain Biking)
Looking for a challenging, nature filled trail? Check out the North Ridge Trail is Jamestown, North Dakota! This 6 mile one way trail, starts with an overlook of the Pipestem Dam and brings you down, through the woods to the lake shore! Make sure to have your sunscreen and water as they trail will challenge you till the finish!
Overlook Trail (Mountain Biking/Hiking)
Along side the Jamestown Reservoir, this trail is sure to challenge you on a bike or hiking! With a lot of ups and downs, you get to the wonderful scenic overlook spot and can see the reservoir for miles down the way. This trail is a 3 mile loop, with great scenic views and challenging obstacles. Bring water, sunscreen and have a great hike or bike!
Andes Tower Hills
Looking to hit the slopes this winter? Andes hills is the perfect mix for your first timer or your experienced vet. 15 different runs to keep you busy all day long. Terrian park, 15 miles of cross country skiing and a full menu at the Whispering Pines Grill, Andes is a must visit this winter!
Plains Art Museum
The Plains Art Museum in Fargo is the largest art museum in North Dakota, located in a renovated International Harvester warehouse in the city’s downtown district.
If you’re all about finding local art, this is the place to see it. This free art museum’s permanent collection has over 4,000 local, regional, and national works, including Native American art.
When it comes to museums in Fargo, ND, the Plains Art Museum is a can’t-miss for its rotating exhibitions of 20th and 21st century art.
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 buildings on 12 acres, many of them are historic and from the region. These buildings have been moved to the museum grounds and now form a village setting. This is a must see when you're in town!
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.