Featured Community – Bottineau

By | August 17, 2012 at 4:36 pm | No comments | Featured Community, Featured Member

Halloween in July

Bottineau is known as the gateway to the Four Seasons Playground for its long list of activities that provide family fun all year long. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure, a safe and friendly neighborhood to raise your children, or a quiet spot to relax, Bottineau offers it all.

For a small town, Bottineau also seems to have some BIG time fun going on. For instance, Tommy the Turtle featured above – a giant sculpture of a turtle riding a snowmobile – we would love to know more behind that story. And this year marks the 7th annual Halloween in July event at Lake Metigoshe State Park in Bottineau. Everyone is invited and encouraged to bring costumes and candy, decorate campsites and participate in all of the park’s spooky events July 27-28. Take a frightful walk down the haunted trail on Friday night from 9:30-11 p.m. Kids can join in at the amphitheater at 10 a.m. on Saturday to put on their favorite costumes or get their face painted for trick-or-treating in the modern campground. Saturday evening will bring yet another haunting experience starting at 9:30 p.m. at the amphitheater. Go to Lake Metigoshe State Park this weekend, if you dare and next time you’re looking for some genuine ND fun, head up to Bottineau. With a population just over 2,200 I think they’ll find something to surprise you with. For more information on this featured town, visit www.bottineau.org.

 

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