Rugged, often barren but always dramatic, North Dakota's badlands won over President Roosevelt in the late 19th century and continue to woo nature enthusiasts now as part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Beulah, "The Energy Capital of the Midwest" ", is surrounded by gently rolling hills. Several points of interest exist, including lakes, parks and places unique to North Dakota. Creating a plethora of outdoors sports and activities.
Dickinson is a small mid-western community of 16,010. It is home to Dickinson State University. Numerous museums add a dash of culture to the region, bringing the story of this prairie town to life. The beautiful Patterson Lake Recreation Area is blessed with 819 acres of water and 26 miles of shoreline to message the spirits with fresh clean air, sparkling water, and lush greenery.
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