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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,"

, ND Fishing

Rosebud Interpretive Center

Nestled near the banks of the Sheyenne River in Valley City, the Rosebud Visitor Center has a renovated 1881 Northern Pacific Superintendent'

Valley City, ND Railroad History


Trollwood Performing Arts School

Trollwood Performing Arts School presents a variety of theatrical performances annually, including a dazzling Broadway-style musical each July in an open-air amphitheater. The 2006 musical dates are July 13-15, 19-23 and 25-30

Fargo, ND Theatres

Dakota Magic Casino and Hotel

120-room hotel, 1,500-seat convention center, convention/meeting rooms, Seven Fires Grille, 24-hour buffet, 725 reel and video slot machines, blackjack, let-it-ride, live roulette, live craps, poker, 24

Hankinson, ND Casinos





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

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