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  1. Pitchfork Steak Fondue (Business Page)
    Attractions - Medora, ND. This is a must-do dinner to pair with your Medora Musical tickets. Every evening our chefs load steaks onto pitchforks and fondue them western style. Savor your steak as you overlook the picturesque Badlands from atop a bluff at the Tjaden Terrace. Your steak comes with all of the ... Read More
  2. Fort Clark State Historic Site (Business Page)
    Attractions - Stanton, ND. Fort Clark Trading Post State Historic Site is one of the most important archeological sites in the state because of its well-preserved record of the fur trade and of personal tragedy. More than 150 years ago, it was the scene of devastating smallpox and cholera epidemics that decimated ... Read More
  3. Plains Art Museum (Business Page)
    Attractions - Fargo, ND. North Dakota's largest, highest quality and most dynamic art museum is in the heart of historic downtown Fargo. Plains Art Museum presents dozens of exhibitions and programs annually. The strengths of the museum's collections and exhibitions lies in regional contemporary artwork, ... Read More
  4. Harold Schafer Heritage Center (Business Page)
    Attractions - Medora, ND. Do the best you can with what you have, where you are. No one can do more. No one should do less. These are words were spoken by the Father of Modern Medora, legendary North Dakota businessman and philanthropist, Harold Schafer. Inside the Harold Schafer Heritage Center, you'll ... Read More
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    Free Attractions - Medora, ND. Do the best you can with what you have, where you are. No one can do more. No one should do less. These are words were spoken by the Father of Modern Medora, legendary North Dakota businessman and philanthropist, Harold Schafer. Inside the Harold Schafer Heritage Center, you'll ... Read More
  6. Prairie Fire Pottery (Business Page)
    Attractions - Beach, ND. Prairie Fire Pottery is the studio and showroom of North Dakota potter Tama Smith. The showroom is easy to find on Main Street in downtown Beach. Tours of the studio and kiln room are available upon request. Prairie Fire Pottery is prized by collectors and pottery enthusiasts ... Read More
  7. Jamestown Reservoir (Business Page)
    Attractions - Jamestown, ND. With seven boat launches, seven picnic shelters, two swimming beaches, three miles of hard-surfaced walking and biking trails, a world-class disc golf course and 2,492 acres of water surface area, the reservoir is Jamestown's premier recreation area. Features a stocked ... Read More
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    Free Attractions - Jamestown, ND. With seven boat launches, seven picnic shelters, two swimming beaches, three miles of hard-surfaced walking and biking trails, a world-class disc golf course and 2,492 acres of water surface area, the reservoir is Jamestown's premier recreation area. Features a stocked ... Read More
  9. Carillon Bell Tower (Business Page)
    Attractions - Dunseith, ND. The mellifluous chimes of the Carillon Bell Tower sound out the Westminster chimes at each quarter and on the hour. The tower was erected in 1976 by the North Dakota Veterans Organization as a bi-centennial project. The tower is dedicated to war veterans. The 14 bells range in size ... Read More
  10. Brendles Bay Resort (Business Page)
    Attractions - Parshall, ND. Brendles Bay Resort is located 9.5 miles west of Parshall, ND. Offering eight rental modern cabins, convenience store with gas, groceries, food, fresh bait, tackle and license's. We have 46 year-round RV sites with water, sewer and electric and 13 RV sites with electric only. ... Read More
  11. Carroll House (Business Page)
    Attractions - Fullerton, ND. Hotel listed on the National Register of Historic places has seven quaint guestrooms, ballroom, lobby, sitting room and kitchen area. Ranch House Restaurant located one block north on Monroe Street serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday Rosebud ... Read More
  12. Fort Mandan (Business Page)
    Attractions - Washburn, ND. Take a step back in time when you visit the reconstructed Fort Mandan, the winter home of the Lewis & Clark Expedition from 1804-1805. The fully-furnished quarters bring to life what it was like for the brave men in the Corps of Discovery during that North Dakota winter over ... Read More
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