Lewis And Clark Trail
10 Hidden Places the World Doesn't Know About
smarter travel.com Best Hidden Destination Within The United States: North Dakota "My newest 'find' is North Dakota, which I discovered last fall. Wide open spaces, very few people, and lots of things to do, too, [like] Wild West towns and old Norwegian pioneer settlements, [Theodore] Roosevelt National Park and the northern Badlands, [and] The Lewis and Clark Trail of forts and museums along the Missouri River. [Plus, there's a] surprisingly sophisticated food and bar scene in Bismarck."
Plan Your Visit - Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service)
Stanton, ND - Knife River Indian Villages feature a reconstructed, furnished Hidatsa earth lodge, 15 miles of trails and a museum. A rich culture thrived along the banks of the Missouri River when Meriwether Lewis and William Clark arrived in 1804. Today, trails weave through the sage and wildflower-dappled prairie to the remains of villages, including one where Sacajawea lived before she joined Lewis and Clark.