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Camping in South Dakota
Plenty of destinations to choose from
Whether you are taking your camper or roughing in a tent, there are plenty of state parks in South Dakota to enjoy. Here is a list. Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve Angostura Recreation Area B Bear Butte State Park Beaver Creek Natur
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Root River Valley
Minnesota Travel
Lanesboro (120 miles southeast of the Twin Cities) stands at the heart of the area's paved multi-use trails, including the 42-mile Root River Valley Trail and the 18-mile Harmony-Preston Trail. Many travelers bring their own bikes, but you also can r
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Camping in Wisconsin is a treat for the whole family.
Private and State campgrounds galore!
Wisconsin has more than just cheese and great football and basketball. Wisconsin is also home to some of the most wonderful campgrounds in the nation. Whether you are looking for a classic state park or a privately owned RV camp with paintball
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s TALIESIN Center
understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and ideas
Taliesin® Preservation, Inc. (TPI) was created to preserve the buildings, artifacts, landscape, and legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. America’s premier architect and Wisconsin’s native son considered Spring Green his home and endeavored to b
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Madison Wisconsin
For the whole family
Madison Wisconsin is a great destination for your family. Madison is actually the capitol of the state of Wisconsin and hosts many fun activities for your family. Some sites to help you plan your vacation are. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M
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Sushi in Minnesota
You betcha!
Ok so maybe Sushi is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think, 'Hey I wonder what I should eat in Minneapolis' but we are here to tell you that it should be. According to the menu at Origami: Sushi, refers to the art of using “Vin
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The pumps station, Crandall, South Dakota - Everything But the Gas
THE PUMPS STATION IN EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
There is nothing very ordinary or typical about the Pumps Gas station in the town of Crandall South Dakota. First off, if you pull into Crandall with your gas-gauge on empty you’re plum out of luck because this gas station has no gas. In fact, if you
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The Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota
Learn about the American Bison
If you are anywhere near Jamestown North Dakota on your next vacation, consider visiting the National Buffalo Museum. If you are travelling along I 94, perhaps on your way to or from Bismarck or Fargo, ND take advantage of a great place to both s
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Whitetail Deer Hunting in Nebraska
Whitetail deer hunting is one of the most popular hunting sports in the entire world, with more and more enthusiasts every year. For a first time whitetail deer hunter it can be a difficult thing to do. That is why a few tips and tricks about this ty
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G.W. Frank House – Kearney, Nebraska
Nebraska Tourism
The Frank House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1889 as George Washington Frank's third mansion. Designed by his son George Frank, Jr., it is made of Colorado red sandstone based on the H.H. Richardsonian Romane
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'I Love Fishing Devils Lake in July'
ND Tourism - News
When a guide with 21 years on-the-water experience speaks about his home water and says, "I love Devils Lake in July," fishermen listen. Aaron
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Experts Predict Excellent May Fishing on Devils Lake
ND Tourism - News
For the first time in memory, two dramatic weather occurrences - no incoming water and early ice out - will produce "hot" May fishing in Devils Lake.
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Picture Yourself at Theodore Roosevelt National Park During National Park Week
ND Tourism - News
Springtime is upon us and Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the perfect place to visit and explore during National Park Week, April 21 - 29. Visits to the park during this annual celebration will be free, as the National Park Service is offering f
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Spring is Here - March Events in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Travel Information
The information for the events calendar is supplied to wistravel.com by many outside sources. We try to be as accurate as possible, but sometimes things do happen to cause changes to an event or festival. Before driving a long distance to attend an e
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Nicks Hamburger Shop, Brookings SD
Buy 'em by the bag
Burger "joints" come and go but whatever you, don't miss Nicks Hamburger Shop in Brookings, South Dakota. Since 1929 this place has been churning out hamburgers to satisfied customers from throughout the world. In 1929 burger at Nick's cost 5 c
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Panora to Stuart - Western Skies Scenic Byway
Quiet villages along rolling landscapes
As an alternative to Interstate 80 a road trip can be greatly enhanced by taking the Western Skies Scenic Byway. Rolling hills and beautiful farmsteads are revealed along this route. In Autumn it is especially beautiful. The town of Stuart ho
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Nebraska 2011 Passport
This is a good time to make plans to explore Nebraska, and the 2011 Nebraska Passport is a good way to get started.
The passport program highlights Nebraska's unique attractions and offers travelers a range of activities and places to visit during peak summer travel season. The promotion encourages travelers to rediscover the road trip and the some of the many
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Where in South Dakota is Mount Rushmore?
Mount Rushmore National Monument
Mount Rushmore, or "Mount Rushmore National Monument" is a granite sculpture located in western South Dakota near the town of Keystone. Click on link below to view map. Four former United States Presidents are portrayed – George Washington, Tho
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Carhenge and other attractions
5 offbeat places to visit in Nebraska
America is home to some pretty wacky attractions and our journey across the states has made this stick out like a sore thumb. The state of Nebraska is no exception, so come along for the trip as we discover just how wacky Nebraska is.1.
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"See South Dakota" Week
south dakota – Google News
South Dakota celebrates See South Dakota Week'Brandon Valley Cha
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Where is Sitting Bull Monument?
Debate over the authenticity of the remains at the Mobridge, South Dakota
A site on the west side of the Missouri overlooking Mobridge, South Dakota is the current semi-official location of Sitting Bull's remains. How he ended up there is a tale worthy of the Wild West. Sitting Bull was shot in a tragic confrontation w
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Travel to Iowa -
What to do in Des Moines
Top Five Must-See Locations When You Travel to Des Moines, Iowa By Michael Jon Lazar Located at the center of the great state of Iowa - known to many as the corncob
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Minnesota Wineries - Three Rivers
20 plus wineries to visit
Wine Trails - Exploring Minnesota Wine Country and the Three Rivers Wine Trail By Jim Hofman While you might not associate the state of Minnesota with wine country, there
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Where is the Crazy Horse Monument?
The Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills
The Crazy Horse Memorial is an enormous sculpture located in the mountains known as the Black Hills in South Dakota. By car, travel US Highway 16/385 just 17 miles southwest of Mount Rushmore ( See the map link below ) Henry Standing Bear and ot
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Minnesota Fishing Report
Explore Minnesota Travel News
This is the Explore Minnesota Fishing Report as of Thursday, August 6, with information from community organizations throughout Minnesota. Anglers may obtain fishing licenses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by dialing 1-888-665-4236, or accessing
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North Dakota Birds - 6 Legendary ways to spread your wings in North Dakota
ND Tourism - News
Let your inner adventurer take flight in North Dakota. Regardless of whether you like to just look at birds, shoot for birdies or look at them through your sights, North Dakota has a bountiful crop of birds and birdies. We challenge you to try these
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Village of Wales Wisconsin
Wisconsin Tourism
The Village of Wales area is a quaint community steeped i
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Visit Minnesota
The Visit Minnesota Blog
Historic Dayton's Bluff neighborhood in east Saint Paul, MNRead article at The Visit Minnesota Blog
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December 2009 Events All Around Wisconsin!
Wisconsin Travel Information
Dozens of events all around the Badger State, sorted by date and arranged by town. There are parades, sports contests, festivals, celebrations, concerts and much much more! Check out these great event destinations.
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Best of the Midwest - 2009
ND Tourism - News
Some of America's most inspiring adventurers, including Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea and Theodore Roosevelt, left footprints i
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Sitting Bull Monument - Mobridge, South Dakota
South Dakota Tourism
In Mobridge, South Dakota you will have the opportunity to view the Sitting Bull Monument. The Sitting Bull reburial was back in 1953 to the area that had been home to him. The gravesite of the Sioux Indian, Chief Sitting Bull, leader of the Sioux t
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FORT PIERRE CHOUTEAU - PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA
South Dakota Tourism
FORT PIERRE CHOUTEAU - PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA Built in 1832 by the American Fur Company Fort Pierre Choteau was the largest fur trading post on the upper Missouri River.  With the size and placement Fort Pierre Choteau became the center of commerce an
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Expand your mind in North Dakota in February
ND Tourism - News
Buddy, Roy, the Gravedigger and Karl. What are all of these guys doing in North Dakota in February? They’re here to entertain
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Buffalo Roundup and Buffalo Arts Festival - Custer, South Dakota
South Dakota Tourism
Buffalo Roundup and Buffalo Arts Festival - Custer, South Dakota
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American Journeys: Nebraska, With a Paddle
by NYT > Escapes on 3 Oct 2008
The Niobrara River has few rapids and is knee-deep in most spots, inviting a journey that’s more about socializing than sport.
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Building Nebraska one person at a time
by Nebraska Rural Living on 31 Oct 2008
In almost every small town, there are at least a few visionaries who see their town not as it is, but how it could be. While these advocates may be long-time or even lifelong residents, in many cases, the ones who are ready to roll up their sleeves a
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10 legendary places to enjoy winter in North Dakota
by ND Tourism - News on 30 Dec 2008
Don't look at winter as a reason to stay inside and pass the time. Instead, look at it as a chance to get outside and do things you can't do n
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Explore Minnesota Winter Trails Report: December 24, 2008
by Explore Minnesota Travel News on 24 Dec 2008
The information in this report is provided courtesy of the Department of Natural Resources State Climatology Office and Explore Minnesota Tourism.
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bighorn sheep status in North Dakota
by North Dakota Outdoors and beyond on 7 Oct 2008
The bighorn sheep population in North Dakota’s badlands is thriving, according to Brett Wiedmann, big game biologist for the state Game and Fish Department. An August-September survey in western North Dakota showed 316 sheep. “We count all
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PHOTO GALLERY: Voyage down the Minnesota River
by The Free Press, Mankato, MN--Special project: Riv
Check here to see a photo gallery from Free Press staff members John Cross and Tim Krohn's canoe trip down the Minnesota River from near Ortonville to St. Paul.
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The Ice Age
How this land was sculptured by glaciers
When driving through upper Midwest, one is surrounded by the physical features created by the huge glaciers that covered this area until about 12,000 years ago; it is easy to be unaware of the unique characteristics across the landscape which resulte
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Enjoying US 281 - Lonely Highway
FROM CANADA TO TEXAS
Our Midwest has some pretty major urban areas-- Milwaukee, The Twin Cities, Des Moines, and Omaha. However, the total population of these six states is less than six percent of the total population of the United States which means that the area offer
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Upper Midwest Travel Let us suggest some creative and imaginative ideas that may enhance your journey through this marvelous area. In addition to offering some very useful guides and recommendations to help you plan the traditional vacation, we encourage everyone to explore some lesser known destinations. We believe that a bit of wandering and rambling about are tonics for the human spirit
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