The Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho is possibly the cutest, quirkiest overnight stay in the U.S. In addition to Sweet Willy, the inn where guests stay, the Dog Bark Park is home to Toby, a 12-foot beagle statue, and an artist’s studio featuring whimsical animal artwork from husband and wife artists/owners Dennis and Frances.
Pekin Noodle Parlor in Montana claims to be the oldest continuously operating Chinese restaurant in the US. Founded by immigrants in 1911, it is still run by descendants of the family that first opened it. http://mentalfloss.com/article/88648/delicious-history-nations-oldest-chinese-american-restaurant
LITTLE MISSOURI SALOON, or “Little Mo” as it is called by the locals, is a historic saloon featuring 1800s décor, authentic seating and numerous photo opportunities. Don’t be surprised to see a horse tied up out front!
Embrace “glamping”—the latest trend in luxury camping in South Dakota —at Under Canvas Mount Rushmore or at the glamping site at West Bend Recreation Area along the shore of Lake Sharpe. Get a full Wild West ranch experience at Circle View Guest Ranch near Badlands National Park.
Ride n’ Dine at the Terry Bison Ranch in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Saddle up and take a two-hour trail ride at the Terry Bison Ranch and then back to the Senator’s Restaurant for a great meal! You can also enjoy the Bison Train Tour, where you can see bison on this narrated tour. https://www.terrybisonranch.com
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