Best stop of all on our journey across North Dakota. My 8-yr-old grandson was asked by a kindly park ranger named Ella if he would like to become a Jr Park Ranger. He was hooked. The assignment was to identify and answer questions about exhibits inside and outside the visitor center. He learned. We learned. A ranger pin and badge were his reward. A short film introduces the history of the Hidatsa Indian villages that thrived here during the 16th and 17th centuries. The exhibits are outstanding and beautifully displayed with well written explanations. Did I mention the reconstucted earthlodge? It was a great experience.
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