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Pipestem Creek Trail (Mountain Biking)
Looking for a challenging trail? Pipestem Creek Trail is an 8 mile loop just outside of Jamestown, North Dakota. This heart pumping trail is full of scenic views, as it brings you in and out of the woods and along the Pipestem Creek! If you are looking for little less of a challenge, try the outer 3 mile loop! This trail is good for a challenging mountain bike ride, hiking or even an off the road run!
Pitchfork Steak Fondue
Check out Pitchfork Steak Fondue when traveling through Medora, ND. This unique restaurant puts on a meal every night from 5:30pm - 6:30pm (Mountain Time) between the months of June and September. They load up numerous types of meats onto pitchforks and fondue them western style. With enough meat and sides for everyone, you have to give this place a try when in Medora!!
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.
Scandinavian Heritage Park
Located in Minot, North Dakota, the Scandinavian park was established in 1988. The park features remembrances and replicas from each of the Scandinavian countries. it is believed to be the only park in the world representing all five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Demark, Finland and Iceland.
South Dakota Air and Space Museum
The SD Air and Space Museum is on of the many things to do in the Black Hills area. With the many fun filled activities and exhibits it is a great places for all ages!
Filled with one of a kinds artifacts and bringing the passion of learning and lifelong love of observation. Also check out the Aviation Hall of Fame while you are there!
Splash Central WaterPark
The WaterPark that is off the beaten path, but has plenty to offer with all the pools, water slides and lazy river. Located in Huron, this water park has something for all ages to enjoy. Olympic swimming pool, free fall drop slide, sea creature water walk are just a few of the awesome attractions this park has to offer. Bring the whole family and rent a cabana for the day.
Colorado Butte With a Beautiful View Just east of the Rampart Range section of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains the plains limestone buttes rise randomly across the plains. One of the largest of these rocky islands is Spruce Mountain, situated west of I-25 and north of the small town of Palmer Park, CO. Spruce Mtn. provides a delightful opportunity to enjoy views of Pikes Peak, Rampart Range, the Greenland Open Space, and the Palmer Divide. Douglas County has provided and excellent trailhead which includes a toilet. From the trailhead you can ascend to the top of the butte by a long shallow trail or by a short steep trail. The longer trail adds about a half mile to your hike. On the top of the butte is a shaded loop trail that allows for a tranquil walk among pine and fir groves. Punctuating the stillness, in the spring and summer, is a riot of wildflowers. The trail eventually takes you to Windy Point, where you can look over the edge at the valley 200 ft below, or look out to the south and marvel at Pike's Peak.
Spruce Mountain Trail is a 5.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Larkspur, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.