Get ready for the fourth installment of Road Trip Revival! For this trip we’re visiting the second half of America’s northern plains. If you missed the first part, don’t worry, you can find it here! Gas up, grab your snacks, and hit the road!
With 19 locations throughout four states, My Place Hotels offer the best spot to rest after a day of adventuring. Whether you’re staying the night on your way to the next stop or are calling our hotels your base camp, you can always Explore More with My Place.
My Place Hotel-Fargo, ND
At the intersection of I-29 and I-94 lies the city of Fargo. This North of Normal city boasts a robust downtown area with many shopping and dining options available. For those looking to enjoy the outdoors, the Red River lies next to the city offering abundant kayaking options, as well as many trails to walk or bike. After a long day of exploring Fargo, make your next stop My Place Hotel.
My Place Hotel-Grand Forks, ND
Grand Forks lies just up the river from Fargo, making it a superb stop on your road trip. The city brings the charm of a small town with the perks of a big city. Whether you’re looking to explore the city or take an adventure in the countryside, have peace of mind that a clean and comfortable space will be waiting for you at My Place Hotel-Grand Forks, ND.
Along the U.S.-Canada border, just shy of 200 miles to the north of My Place Hotel-Grand Forks, ND, is the International Peace Garden.
Nestled in the Turtle Mountains is a garden. A celebration of peace, a living monument to the ideals of friendship and cooperation among nations. Acres of uninterrupted prairie, forests and radiant floral gardens are defined by nature, not borders.
Source: International Peace Garden
My Place Hotel-Minot, ND
The town of Minot in central North Dakota offers a unique experience for those that visit. The quiet, homey atmosphere of the town combined with natural wonders within driving distance make it the best stop for those exploring the northern plains. While there, Make My Place Your Place®!
Lake Sakakawea lies just 60 miles to the south of Minot, ND.
Where can you find a lake 180 miles long, that has more shoreline than the California Pacific coast and is brimming with state parks? North Dakota. Lake Sakakawea is a wonderland for anglers, boaters, campers and swimmers who take advantage of its immense size year-round. With easy access points around the lake, beautiful scenery and many places to drop anchor, there is something there for every outdoor enthusiast.
Source: North Dakota Tourism Division
Only 37 miles west of My Place Hotel-Dickinson, ND is the spectacular Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
When Theodore Roosevelt came to Dakota Territory to hunt bison in 1883, he was a skinny, young, spectacled dude from New York. He could not have imagined how his adventure in this remote and unfamiliar place would forever alter the course of the nation. The rugged landscape and strenuous life that TR experienced here would help shape a conservation policy that we still benefit from today.
My Place Hotel-Dickinson, ND
Trails, historical sites, and a national park all beckon from the city of Dickinson. Whether you’re looking to explore Theodore Roosevelt National Park or take an adventure with some ATVs in the backcountry, Dickinson can offer it all. After you’re all done for the day turn in at My Place Hotel-Dickinson, ND for a great night’s rest.
My Place Hotel-Bismarck, ND
Wide-open spaces and a friendly atmosphere greet you in Bismarck. The city offers seven golf courses, beautiful parks, riverside walking trails, and nearby state parks to sate even the most adventure-hungry folk. After the day’s exploring is done, return to My Place to rest and prepare for the next day.
My Place Hotel-Jamestown, ND
Whether you’re looking to visit one of the 21 stocked lakes within a few miles of town, hike or bike the dozens of trails nearby, or go out and watch the wildlife, explorers of all kinds will find their adventure in Jamestown. While there, choose My Place Hotels to accommodate those expeditions.
My Place Hotel-Aberdeen, SD
The Hub City, better known as Aberdeen, is centrally located in northeast South Dakota. The town offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, including a robust bike and walking path throughout the city, many parks, and and several lakes within a few minutes drive of town. While exploring northeast South Dakota, Make My Place Your Place®!
Located just under 70 miles northeast of Aberdeen, Roy Lake State Park offers a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Roy Lake is known for its excellent fishing, but you don’t have to be an angler to enjoy all this park has to offer. Visitors will find sandy beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, boat ramps and a variety of trails to keep them busy.
My Place Hotel-Watertown, SD
Home to an abundance of boutiques, restaurants, breweries as well as the Terry Redlin Art Center and the Bramble Park Zoo, Watertown offers a small community feel with massive amounts of fun. While exploring the area, be sure to Make My Place Your Place®!
My Place Hotel-Brookings, SD
Home to such attractions as the innovative Children’s Museum of South Dakota, the McCrory Gardens, and the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings has adventure and excitement abound. While exploring the area, be sure to call My Place Hotels your home away from home!
Located in the heart of Sioux Falls, SD is Falls Park.
Walk from downtown Sioux Falls to the gorgeous Falls Park, located at North Phillips Avenue and Falls Park Drive. Today, the park covers 123 acres. An average of 7,400 gallons of water drop 100 feet over the course of the Falls each second. See the city’s namesake as well as some of the first buildings built in Sioux Falls.
My Place Hotel-Sioux Falls, SD
The largest city in South Dakota, Sioux Falls boasts ample amounts of activities for all levels of adventurer. If you’re looking to enjoy the over 80 city parks or explore the downtown area, Sioux Falls has it all. While there, choose My Place as your place to return to after a fun and exciting day!
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