Lodging in Reeder ND, but where are we?
What are you looking for? Outdoor art enjoyed from the comfort of your vehicle? Maybe some hiking or biking on a new trail where the only traffic is deer in the distance and eagles overhead. People follow their curiosity and not the crowds to the amazing sights, sounds and attractions in Southwest North Dakota. Consider this your jumping-off point. See our hunter lodge today!
Reeder is a city in Southwest North Dakota
Reeder was founded in 1907 along the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad and named after E. O. Reeder, the railroad's assistant chief engineer. Reeder is a stop along the old Yellowstone Trail, the first transcontinental automobile highway in the Northern United States.
A strain of wheat developed by the North Dakota Agriculture Experiment Station has been named after the town.
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