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Crosby

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Crosby is a town in Western North Dakota with a population of just over a thousand. Crosby's elevation is 1,964 feet. Like much of this part of the Dakotas, it's not exactly a scenic wonderland or a thrill a minute.

Understand[edit]

Get in[edit]

  • By car: about 125 miles northwest of Minot. On US highway 52, travel northwest for about 88 miles, then west on state highway 5 for another 36 miles.
  • By air: Crosby Municipal Airport, runway 12/30 is 3,800 feet long.

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

  • Divide County Museum (Pioneer Village), +1 701 965-6297. 25 pioneer buildings including a bank, printing press, general store and dwelling shacks. Open Memorial Day until Labor Day.
  • Crosby Ironhorse Rally (Golden Hub Motel), +1 701 965-6368, e-mail: .

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Sleep[edit]

  • Golden Hub Motel, 810 4th St. SE, +1 701 965-6368, fax: +1 701 965-6368, e-mail: .
  • The Farmhouse, 409 W. Central, +1 701 965-4341. 3 bedroom home, with kitchen. Bring your own bedding or sleeping bags. May thru November.
  • Divide County Fairgrounds Campground, 107 W Central Ave, +1 701 965-6029, fax: +1 701 965-6399. Tent and RV camping with hook ups.
  • Pioneer Village (West edge of Crosby), +1 701 965-6297. Camping with water and electricity.

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Routes through Crosby
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