This Historic Trail Still Has Remnants Of North Dakota’s First Settlers

Though the prairie has long ago been settled and there are little remnants of those who did it other than the modern-day communities they began all those years ago, you can still find a glimpse of them here and there. This historic part of North Dakota can be found in a gorgeous place, and it’ll give you the opportunity to feel what it was like to be a settler back then. Check it out:

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You can visit the Lewis and Clark State Park and take the Prairie Nature Trail at 4904 119th Rd. NW, Epping, North Dakota 58843. For more information on the trail and other trails in the park, click here.

Jump back into history by checking out some of the earliest photos ever taken in North Dakota.