Frontier Village: Jamestown is home to "The World’s Largest Buffalo", named Dakota Thunder, a 60-ton cement sculpture that stands 26 feet tall and stretches 46 feet long. It was built in 1959. A number of old buildings were moved in around it to create the Frontier Village, which today attracts over 100,000 people annually. See a buffalo herd and three albino buffalo, White Cloud, her son Dakota Miracle, and another albino calf, Dakota Legend. White buffalo are sacred to the Lakota people. Located at Exit 258, off I-94; 17th St SE, Jamestown. Open year round, daily 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Free admission. Tel: (701)252-6307. 
Albino Buffalo: See a buffalo herd and three albino buffalo, White Cloud, her offspring Dakota Miracle, and another albino calf, Dakota Legend. White buffalo are sacred to the Lakota people. Located near Frontier Village.
Camping, Frontier Fort Campground, adjacent to Frontier Village. I-94, Exit 258, north to first stoplight, east 6 blocks. Tel: (701) 252-7492. Fax: (701) 252-5455 Open: April thru November. Admission is $12-$20. 70 RV sites with full hookups, bar and grill, wildlife museum.
Camping, Lakeside Marina Campground, on the Reservoir's East Lakeside Road North of Jamestown. Scenic Lakeside Grounds with cabins and RV as well as tent pads. Tel: (701) 252-1183 (in season) or (701) 252-2447 (out of season). Open May-October with full service hookups, bathing facilities, Marina Cafe and boat launch, swimming area, frisby golf, boat rental, and more. Admission $10-$20 per night and weekly and biweekly specials are also available.
Disc Golf: There are 2 courses in Jamestown. An 18-hole recreational course in Klaus Park, located alongside the James and Pipestem Rivers, with Innova Discatchers and cement tees, and a 27 hole championship caliber course on the Jamestown Reservoir Island with Innova Discatchers and cement tees. Contact: Jamestown Parks and Recreation, 1002 2nd Ave. SE, Jamestown, North Dakota 58401. Tel: (701) 252-3982. Map of Course
Taco John's, 718 10th Street SE, Jamestown, ND 58401. Tel: (701) 252-2508  Mexican Fast Food
Emma Rosie's Homecookin' (located in Jamestown Livestock), 3443 82nd Ave SE, ☎ 701-320-9280, . A catering service that also operates the cafe inside Jamestown Livestock on sale day, which is Tuesdays. Opens Tuesdays at 8 am; closing time varies depending on the length of the sale. Offers delicious, freshly-made foods.
Applebee's Neighborhood Bar & Grill, 611 25th St. SW, Jamestown, ND 58401. Tel: (701) 952-7753 
Brass Rail, PO Box 779, 110 2nd St. NW, Jamestown, ND 58402. Tel: (701) 252-0551/253-4907 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carl's Hunting Lodge, Jamestown, ND 58401. Tel: (701) 763-6254 or (701) 391-9064. Email: email@example.com. Located south of Jamestown and north of Gackle. Hunting lodge in the flyway. Prime hunting location for upland game, waterfowl and white-tail deer. Seasons of Operation: September-November. Rural setting, group of 5-7 exclusive use of lodge, daily rate includes lodging and home cooked meals, guiding available.
The Little Brown Cabin (Montpelier), 309 4th Ave, Montpelier (20 miles south of Jamestown on all paved roads), ☎ 701-320-9280, . A place for staying, hunting, and resting. Located in Montpelier, ND amidst peace & quiet, fantastic hunting opportunities, and the beauty of rural North Dakota. Friendly owners, reasonable rates, meals available.
The Bison Ranch and Coteau Ridge, 13 miles north on Highway 281, 6 miles west. Tour through a live buffalo herd. By appointment. Tel: (701) 252-6853. Free Admission.
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