Although your home is somewhere you can go to relax, attain a little privacy and spend some time alone, it is also somewhere that many people like to host get-togethers and visit with friends.
There's nothing quite like the crack of the bat, roar of the crowd and other sights and sounds commonly experienced at baseball stadiums around the country. With a trip to Dehler Park, you can enjoy a first-rate view of minor-league baseball games at a one-of-a-kind venue.
Moss Mansion is a historic landmark that captures turn-of-the-century life through the preservation of a home built in 1903. People who check out some of the IRET properties in Billings, Montana, can visit the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum to learn more about the area's past.
According to Bismarck's NBC affiliate KFYR, Bismarck native Anne Mahlum - who started running at age 16 - founded the nonprofit organization Back on My Feet to encourage the homeless to rebuild their lives and self-worth.
Although it is easy to think that America has a relatively shallow history - at least compared to the ancient civilizations in Europe, Asia and Africa - the country actually has a history that is every bit as extensive.
To some people, there is nothing quite like finding a good book and curling up with it for an enjoyable journey into a world of imagination. People who are checking out some of the IRET properties in Grand Forks, North Dakota, can find plenty of novels, magazines and other publications at the Grand Forks Public Library.
During the winter, many public parks go into hibernation. As residents remained locked away in their homes - fires roaring and soups bubbling away - these venues, which are brimming with visitors in the other seasons, are often desolate.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recently announced the city of Minot as the recipient of Brownfields grant funds totaling $600,000 for the assessment and repair of damaged downtown properties resulting from the 2011 flood of the Souris River.
People who explore the market of IRET properties in Omaha, Nebraska, can enjoy a wide range of attractions and entertainment, including SkateDaze. Take a trip to SkateDaze to spend time at an entertainment center that features a vast array of activities that will make parents and children smile.
South Dakota's Rapid City is one of the largest in the state, and nearly three-quarters of participants in the National Citizen Survey identified it as having a good or excellent standard of living.
For fun and excitement in South Dakota, there are few destinations that can match the experiences visitors regularly enjoy at the Dahl Arts Center. People who are exploring the market for IRET properties in Rapid City, South Dakota, may appreciate the exhibits and entertainment this facility offers guests.
During election season, much of the country sets its sights on Iowa, as the Hawkeye State is the first to cast its ballot for whoever may be running at the time. But there's so much more to Iowa than being a rallying place for politics and policy enthusiasts.
Visitors, start your engines Children and parents who want to enjoy a fun-filled day of go-kart racing can take a trip to the Thunder Road theme park in Sioux Falls. The facility features batting cages, go-karts, miniature golf and much more.
Though Idaho is known for being one of the top places to go to for potatoes, the Midwestern locale of Topeka, Kansas, has this claim to fame as well, as the word "Topeka" means "to dig potatoes" in certain languages.
The Kansas Museum of History is more than just an everyday institution - it is a landmark that paints a portrait of how Kansas became what it is today. People who explore some of the IRET properties in Topeka, Kansas, can make a short trip to enjoy the attractions and exhibits at this first-rate museum.
It might be difficult to take a trip back in time, but a journey to Kansas' Great Overland Station allows visitors to experience life in the early 20th century. People who are visiting some of the IRET properties in Topeka, Kansas, may appreciate a trip to the station to learn more about the area's past.