North Dakota’s Most Underrated Travel Spot
There are unique travel spots across the country that don't always necessarily get the hype they deserve. Every state has them. Where do you think North Dakota's is?
USA Today recently compiled the list of the most underrated travel spots for each state. In North Dakota, that travel spot is about a two and half hour drive from Bismarck to the northeast in the town of Fort Totten. The Fort Totten State Historic Site earned the title of North Dakota's 'most underrated travel spot.'
The site served as a military post from 1867 to 1890 before becoming a boarding school for Native American children. In 1960, the fort was listed as a North Dakota State Historic Site and now is the home of museum exhibits. The price for admission is $5 for adults and $1.50 for students.
Visitors can get the full historical experience by staying at the Totten Trail Historic Inn, which has bed and breakfast accommodations with several period furnishings. Room rates range anywhere from $80 to $130.
Did USA Today get it right, or do you have a favorite 'underrated' travel spot, North Dakota?