Visit Ranches, Farms and Gardens in North Dakota's Western Region

Learn about North Dakota agritourism at wineries, heritage sites and more.

Pointe of View Winery, Burlington 

North Dakota winery specializing in native fruit and honey wines like apple, chokecherry and rhubarb and other varieties.

Maltese Cross Cabin, Medora

Built during the winter of 1883-84, the Maltese Cross Cabin was Theodore Roosevelt's first home in Dakota Territory.

Medora Riding Stables, Medora 

Friendly trail guides and well-trained horses take you on a Badlands adventure along buttes and paintbrush canyons.

North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, Medora 

Center of western and American Indian heritage and cultures, ranching and rodeo, trail drivers and homesteaders. Also features the impact of the horse on the Plains.

Buffalo Gap Ranch, Medora

Badlands ranch just outside Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit with special events, horse boarding, lodging and an on-site restaurant.

Logging Camp Ranch, Amidon 

Logging Camp Ranch invites you to share in the beauty of the Little Missouri River Valley, the cedars and pines, the abundant wildlife and the rugged buttes and canyons of the Badlands.

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