You’ll Love This Awesome Activity In North Dakota And It Won’t Cost You A Cent

If you’re traveling to the second oldest town in North Dakota to enjoy some outdoor winter fun this season, you’ll want to make a stop to another place just outside of town. Being as Walhalla is that old, it is no surprise that it also holds the very first trading post in the Peace Garden State that helped put it on the map for settlers over a century and a half ago. It is entirely free to visit for all ages and well worth the time. Check it out:

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The Gingras Trading Post is open year round and you will be able to take yourself on a self-guided tour through the site. There is no admission cost whatsoever, so it won’t cost you a dime to visit it and take in some history. For more information, click here.

The site is located just 1.5 miles northeast of Walhalla, North Dakota.

Address: 12899 105th St NE, Walhalla, ND 58282, USA