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I need some help planning a trip for next summer to western North Dakota, eastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming for my family that includes a 12 year old boy. We'll be driving out to Bismarck, ND and staying with family there, then continuing our trip.

We love national parks and museums and would like to do some moderate hiking. I read about a petrified forest in western ND. Is that worth seeing? Since we don't have too much time (1 1/2 weeks), are there any "must sees"? Also, any hotel recommendations would be most welcome. Thanks!

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