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Handmade pottery from Prairie Fire Pottery, Beach, North Dakota

North Dakota badlands in Theodore Roosevelt National Park near Medora

North Dakota Buffaloberry Bush

Beach, ND
Everything you ever wanted to know about the western-most town in North Dakota, and our hometown...Beach.

Dunn County Historical Museum
This is a nice side trip. Spend the afternoon touring their historical buildings, an old-fashioned log cabin, a one-room schoolhouse, and a weather-worn homesteader shack. Search for Knife River flint along the walking path as the songs of the meadowlark and the aromas of sage and pine soothe your travelerís soul.

Eagle Ridge Lodge
Need to get away from it all? This is a guest lodge perched atop a badlands butte overlooking a spectacular vista. Great steaks! Warm hospitality. Splendid getaway.

Maah Daah Hey Trail
The Maah Daah Hey Trail is a 96 mile hiking, horseback and mountain bicycle trail that traverses through our scenic and rugged North Dakota badlands. The trail passes through the Little Missouri National Grasslands, as well as State and private land, as it connects the North and South Units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. I'll tell you right now -- you're going to have the place to yourself. Peace, serenity, and nature. Later, we're just 20 minutes away. Stop by and tell us how you liked it.

Nichole's Fine Pastry
Will you be going through Fargo? You might want to think about it. Then you can work in a stop at Nichole's Fine Pastry... a European-style, made-from-scratch pastry shop with a splendid menu of delicate treats for the culinary connoisseur.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Here you'll find western North Dakota at its best, complete with a free roaming wild horse herd, bison, prairie dogs, howling coyotes, the scenic Little Missouri river...and all just 20 minutes from Prairie Fire Pottery.

We Go Places
This cute little site will help you plan your travel intinerary to our hometown of Beach, North Dakota. It includes a Google map showing right where we are, plus some good info links. Toward the bottom of the page there's even a place where can post a review of Prairie Fire Pottery.

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