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Parks & nature in North Dakota

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“Historic city park with lots of mature trees, outdoor pool, tennis courts, playground, public art, amphitheater, and special events. The Stage at Island Park, a community theatre, and a YMCA are next to the park. Walk east on 5th Avenue and you will come to the park. Downtown begins at the north end of the park.”
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“Explore historical attractions, fish, hike, mountain bike, have a picnic, see the Custer House, On-A-Slant Mandan Village, and lots more. ”
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“It's a large park with the Red River, Roger Maris Dr., hiking trails, a place to picnic and fishing.”
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“Great views of the Badlands, wild horses and buffalo, prairie dog town, local artists and authors, Cowboy Museum”
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“Largest of the parks in Bismarck. Also leads to nice walking trails along the river next to River Road.”
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“Pioneer Park is just down the hill and offers miles of trails along the river.”
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“Ride your bike or take a walk along the river. In the winter, there are sometimes activities going on there.”
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“One of the go-to places in Moorhead and Fargo for outdoor enjoyment. Full playground for the kids. Access to walking/biking trail that leads over the Red River to Fargo's Lindenwood Park.”
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“Trails for riding bikes or hiking, turtle river is not deep, so you can wade in the water, fish for rainbow trout, enjoy a picnic lunch or just enjoy some peace and quiet in nature! ”
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“Outdoor family-friendly nature park: cooking, beach, the Dam itself, and long nature paths to walk. Spectacular any season. ”
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