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Be one with nature with North Dakota?s Lake Metigoshe State Park. This park is established in February 17, 1937, but before it became as a state park it is a home of Native American tribes, the Blackfoot, Hidatsa, Assiniboine and the Chipewa. The name originates from the tribal phrase of the Chipewa. Through the years the park has been improved to provide locals and tourist to enjoy their stay at the park. It is the haven for photographers who want to capture the beauty of Lake Metigoshe. Families can explore the different trails and at the same time learn some survival skills.

The Lake Metigoshe State Park has picnic areas where families and groups can be with nature while having their meals. They can also rent cabins and kitchen for those who want to stay overnight. There are also meeting facilities for those business owners to have their conference done outdoors or want to have a change of scenery besides the office. Even during winter, the park has activities that everybody will love.
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