Lewis and Clark State Park is a popular recreational area located in northwestern North Dakota. The park offers a wide range of activities for nature lovers, history buffs, and outdoor adventurers.

Come to Lewis & Clark State Park this weekend to revel in the changing of seasons during Flannel Fest 2023! Delight in a delicious lunch while you bask in live music overlooking the serene Lake Sakakawea.

The objective of this event is to showcase year-round outdoor recreation in the northwestern region of North Dakota.

There's a multitude of activities to engage in, including relaxing hayrides, trying your hand at ax throwing, a friendly round of mini golf, and discovering the art of geocaching.

The Flannel Fest event also boasts a complimentary soup bar and s'mores station, available while supplies last, as well as the tempting offerings from two food trucks and a refreshing beer garden.

For the young ones, there's a dedicated Kids' Crafts area and the mesmerizing sight of a skilled pumpkin carver at work. Don't forget to capture memorable moments at our photo op station and explore the enchanting hiking trails.

If you're feeling adventurous, consider renting a fat tire bike and embarking on an outdoor adventure. Mark your calendar for a splendid afternoon amidst the park's natural beauty!

Tickets: $15 - buy them online here: http://eventbrite.com/.../flannel-fest-2023-tickets...
Ages 12 and Under are free

No gate fee for festival guests, thanks to a generous sponsorship by NCC Ray!
Trader's Bay Visitor Center will be open for general purchasing from 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

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