- TripBuzz found 10 things to do with kids in or near Wahpeton, North Dakota, including 8 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fergus Falls and Abercrombie.
- From Chahinkapa Zoo to Wahpeton Wahpper - World's Largest Catfish, the Wahpeton area offers 25 different types of family activities, including: Zoos, Statues, History Museums and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the southeastern most part of North Dakota lies the city of Wahpeton. The city offers a mix of outdoor recreation and small town retail, so whether visitors are looking for a relaxing day perusing shops downtown or adventuring over the Otter Tail River, the city offers something for everyone.
A large sculptured catfish, the Wahpeton Wahpper is billed as the 'World's Largest.' Located in Wahpeton, North Dakota, the giant catfish is 40 feet long and sits across from the Minnesota border in the Kidder Recreation Area.
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935 Broadway, Abercrombie, ND 58001 MoreLess Info
Fort Abercrombie was first used in 1857, and thus is the first United States military post. It was used for the next 21 years to welcome maintain peace as new settlers moved to the area now known as North Dakota.
Westridge Cinema 5 offers new movies, amenities, and plenty of deals. Guests will enjoy RealD 3D technology, stadium seating, auditorium rentals for special events, and $5 Tuesdays all day for all 2D movies.
With a full-service restaurant, Northern Aire Lanes offers entertainment for the entire family. Along with bowling, guests can enjoy Rock & Bowl (with lots of lights and exciting music). Both adult and youth leagues are also held here.
The Ottertail County Museum is a small museum focused on preserving the history of Otter Tail County. Permanent exhibits include depictions of local wildlife, agriculture, and Native American history. The museum also showcases a few temporary seasonal displays.
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1110 W Lincoln Avenue, Fergus Falls, MN 56537 MoreLess Info
Otter Tail County Historical Museum collects andpreserves Otter Tail County's history and heritage. They provide various services including an exhibit gallery, educational outreach program, special public programs, archival and object collections and a genealogical and local history research library.