Pick up the trail of America's greatest legends in North Dakota, and you'll find yourself in a legendary adventure of your own. Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, George Custer, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt lived out larger-than-life adventures here. Whether you follow in their footsteps and rediscover the past or blaze your own trail and discover what makes North Dakota legendary today, you'll find wide-open spaces and wide-open fun!
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In the fall hundreds of thousands of waterfowl migrate through the area and give both local and visiting hunters outstanding hunting opportunities. "Devils Lake, ND is a waterfowler's mecca. The snow goose hunting is beyond comparison...and ducks? Let me put it this way... I can', ND Hunting
Devils Lake is North Dakota's largest natural lake with approximately 122,000 acres and more than 90% undeveloped. There are two State Parks located about 15 miles from the lake, but there are several privately owned campgrounds nearer to the lake and some of those do have lake access.
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The Lake Region Trail System is located in the east central part of the state. This state system is approximately 300 miles. It probably offers the most diversified type of riding on any of our systems. There are tight, twisting trails to wide-open runs to ditch riding., ND Snowmobiling
Napoleon Country Club is located 1 mile NE of Napoleon and offers a 9-hole grass green golf course. The grounds are maintained by local grounds keepers and volunteers who take pride in the upkeep and appearance of the golf course. The green fees are $10 for 9 holes and an additional $7Napoleon, ND Golf Courses