Rugby, North Dakota Pictures
Geographical Center of North America
If you're traveling through North Dakota, make a quick side trip to visit the Geographical Center of North America, located in Rugby North Dakota.
We didn't spend much time here, but on this page are some pictures I took while in Rugby, and be sure to watch the quick video I made while we were here.
More Pictures of Rugby, ND
-I like taking pictures of the contrast in farmfields...
gold and green farmfields
-daisies are planted all along the highway... daisies and sunflower fields
-scenic farmfields all the way to Rugby... scenic farmfields with one tree
-we took highway 19 to Rugby, also notice the daisies on the side of the road... hwy 3 and hwy 19 sign
-Rugby in 24 miles sign... rolled hay bales and sunflower field
-with as many sunflower fields that we saw, you would think it is one of North Dakotas major crops... more sunflower fields
-brown and green farmfields, probably hay and soybeans
-we passed a sign for the Balta Dam Recreation Area... Balta 2 miles.. Silva 4 miles sign
-the first geographical center of North America sign
-a sign for the Pioneer Village and Museum
The Geographical Center Monument
town sign as we are entering Rugby
-first view of the monument... located at the Cornerstone Cafe...
-on the other side of the highway... a Hub gas station, restaurant, and Hub motel... street view
-the Visitor Center is also located there at Hubs
-the Rugby water tower is in the distance
-we pulled into the Cenex gas station to fill up the motorcycles, and next to the Cenex was Oakwood Inn Camping
-a household auction sign at the Sinclair Gas Station
-we rode across the street to the monument... full view...
-a picture of the Cornerstone Cafe from the monument... Phone: (701) 776 - 6528
-other things in the parking lot... like a wagon wheel
-I saw a sign for Toe Jam, and went inside the cafe to see what it was, but they were sold out. She said Toe Jam was made out of a combination of berries. Raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and usually peaches, apricots and plums if they have them.
-full view of monument from the cafe door
-the Cornerstone Cafe is a Wireless Internet Cafe... they need help!... a help wanted sign
-Vlad and Carol at the Geographical Center of North America!
Watch our Rugby Video