Rolling Plains Adventures is home to the "Black Leg Ranch." Black Leg Ranch was established in 1882 and is older then North Dakota!
Our Fully Loaded Package is voted as "Hunters Top Choice Package" and includes: 3 days hunting for pheasants, waterfowl, or coyotes, 4 nights lodging in one of our private lodges, bird cleaning, professional guide, hunting dogs, transportation, and more! Make sure to check out all of our packages we offer!
Rolling Plains Adventures offers 3 fully furnished lodges; Deer Dwelling, Pheasant Haven, and the Grand Lodge. All lodges are located on the ranch and are within walking distance of each other. A few options the lodges have are: full kitchen, washer/dryer, hot tub, sauna, bar, exercise room, poker table, HD tv's, and so much more!
Retrace the route Lewis and Clark traveled through North Dakota while fishing the historic Missouri River. Rolling Plains Adventures fishing professionals will guide you catching massive Walleye found on the Missouri River. This 300-mile long river system takes travelers into the past. The river follows Lewis and Clark's journey west through North Dakota in 1804-1805, and on their return trip in 1806.
Come experience the Wild West! Step back in time to a land where Cowboys still roam the open range. A land where Native American’s hunted buffalo by the herds of 10,000 and more! Ride horseback down the wagon trails from the 1800’s while driving cattle. See a land that hasn't’t changed much since the early settlers or Lewis and Clark’s Expedition in 1804.
This is not a “Dude Ranch” nor is it a “Guest Ranch”; we are a “Working Cattle Ranch”. As a welcomed guest you will get the true Cowboy experience. You will learn from the BEST, Cowboys who have bloodlines dating back to the early 1600s who were pioneers of this country.
The Doan family first came to this country back in 1629. Since that day, the Doans were considered Outlaws by most. To read more of the Doan Legends click on the History tab.
George Doan, the 9th Generation, homesteaded the Black Leg Ranch in 1882 becoming the 1st Generation on the ranch. 5 Generations later, the Black Leg Ranch is home to over 10,000 acres of buffalo wallows, the ghost town of Brittin, three abandoned farmsteads, quicksand, 1800 wagon trails, the old railroad built in the 1800s, Native American artifacts and much more!
Original Homestead and sod houses of the Black Leg Ranch - About 1889
Pictured on back left is George Doan