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Bismark “B” for Boating!

by James Maynard September 29th, 2016
Boating around Bismarck, North Dakota can be a rewarding trip for anyone living in, or heading to the area. The city is located near the longest river in the nation, the Missouri. There are several places in the region of Bismarck and Mandan where a boater can set their
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Why Hike the Bismarck Area?

by Lori Sciame September 22nd, 2016
A trip to the northern plains in the United States is well worth the effort.  These wide open spaces speak to those who wish to escape urban sprawl.  Bismarck, North Dakota, is a favorite destination for those wanting to experience the vast plains, as it is a place to experience nature at its finest.  A great way to get up close and personal with the flora and fauna of this region is by hiking it.  (Another bonus:  the location is full
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Plenty of Riding Opportunities in Bismarck

by Lori Sciame September 15th, 2016
This month's featured destination, Bismarck, North Dakota, has a vibrant horseback riding scene.  From awesome trails, to state of the art boarding facilities, to inexpensive riding lessons, this location of the country truly values everything equine.

You can bring your own horse or feel free to "borrow" one for a short trail ride.  Either way, you'll have a great time exploring everything Bismarck offers the true horse lover.

Let's briefly explore the riding opportunities available near this bustling state capitol.

Horseback Riding
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  • Something Fishy Going on in Bismarck!

    by James Maynard September 8th, 2016
    Fishing in Bismarck can be some of the best in North Dakota and beyond. The area is rich in rivers, streams and lakes, providing a wealth of opportunities for angling. One of the big challenges with fishing around Bismarck is simply picking a place to cast a line into the water! Part of that decision should be based on the type of fish desired by an angler.

    McDowell Dam is
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  • 1Camping: Bismarck, North Dakota

    by Lori Sciame September 1st, 2016
    Let's explore this month's featured destination, Bismarck, N.D.  The capital of North Dakota, Bismarck sits on the banks of the Missouri River.  The 60,000 plus residents enjoy a large park system complete with exercise trails.  Visitors to this bustling city can experience the following attractions:  the Dakota Zoo, the Super Slide Amusement Park, and many fine golf courses.  For those who love music, there's the Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra.

    Yet, the
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  • Great Running Venues: St. Louis Area

    by Lori Sciame August 25th, 2016
    Are you an avid runner?  Do you yearn for a new location to race, one both beautiful and easy to get to?  If yes, travel to this month's featured destination, St. Louis, Missouri.  This gorgeous region of the country features the Mississippi River, countless lakes, lush forests, a national monument, and exciting urban architecture.  And,  because it's located in the Midwest, it's fairly easy to travel to from any
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