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Golden Valley County
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Grasslands Ghost Town: Trotters, North Dakota

You’ll find Trotters nearly thirty miles north of Beach, North Dakota in Golden Valley County, just outside the official boundary of the Little Missouri National Grasslands — a boundary visible only on maps. On the ground it’s clear, this part of the prairie is nearly pristine. Trees are nearly as scarce as people, and prairie grasses with blooms of yellow and purple rule the landscape. Trotters was settled in 1903 near the source of Smith Creek and Francis “Lee” Trotters…

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Trotters, ND

In terms of driving distance from any other town in North Dakota, Trotters may be the most remote townsite in the state. It is a true ghost town, with just a church and former gas station remaining.  Monica Hardy made the drive out to the edge of the Little Missouri National Grassland and captured these photos. Original content copyright Sonic Tremor Media