Southeast, North Dakota

Southeast North Dakota

What's "Legendary" about North Dakota? It starts with the legends of the great American West, like Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, George Custer, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt, who all lived out larger-than-life epics here.

And it continues through today, as you discover legendary adventures of your own, including world-class fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating...or just exploring everything from historic forts to national parks to shopping malls.

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Lake Ashtabula Fishing

Anglers get your fishing poles oiled and geared. Lake Ashtabula has an abundant population of walleye, northern pike, white bass, yellow perch and black bullheads. The name "Ashtabula" is a Native American word meaning "Fish River,"

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Lidgerwood Community Museum

Museum features an old stone church with ecumenical chapel. Old school building, exhibits of antique furnishings and works of North Dakota native Ida Prokop, nationally known artist/

Lidgerwood, ND Museums

Historic Bridges

North Dakota's "City of Bridges"

Valley City, ND Historic Bridges

Wadeson Cabin State Historic Site

This hand-hewn oak log cabin was built in 1878

Kathryn, ND Pioneer Life

Buffalo Creek State Historic Site

Marker designates area crossed by Gen. Henry H. Sibley and his military expedition on Aug. 16, 1863. His expedition included 3,300 soldiers and 200

Buffalo, ND Historic Sites

Fort Ransom State Historic Site

Location of a 200-man military post built in 1867 by Gen. Alfred Terry and named for Civil War Gen. Thomas Ransom. The post was active from 1867 to 1872

Fort Ransom, ND Historic Sites

Wee'l Turtle

The giant turtle statue is made from more than 2,000

Rolette, ND Arts

Camp Arnold State Historic Site

The site marks the Aug. 14 campsite of the 1863

Oriska, ND Historic Sites

The Mini Casino

Over 67 slot machines and pull tabs. Open daily, 24

Belcourt, ND Casinos

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