The stars at night are big, bright and unforgettable when camping the the Badlands.
The stars at night are big, bright and unforgettable when camping the the Badlands.
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6 Legendary ways to enjoy spring in North Dakota

You’ve been waiting for the weather to turn. Now its your turn.

North Dakota invites you to be more than spectators to the great things to do in North Dakota.

1.    Spring Training

The arrival of spring is a breath of fresh air as avid runners and those just out for a little jog can get back outside. To some, going back outside means it's time to start training for competitive running season. Find a race near you!

2.    Spring Fever

It’s almost time to dust off those clubs, get the motorcycle out of hibernation and hit the open road and fairway. With more than 350 campgrounds, 115 golf courses and 10 scenic byways, North Dakota is the perfect playground.

3.    Hop to it

Kids across North Dakota will have a hopping good time looking for eggs left by the Easter Bunny.  The Chateau de Mores in Medora will host an Easter Egg hunt on April 19 while Fargo will host the Easter Bunny greeting kids at the Children's Museum at Yunker Farm with an egg hunt and other activities on April 18 and 19. Click here to view more Easter events

4.    Celebrate North Dakota's 125th

North Dakota will be celebrating 125 years of statehood this year! Grab a friend and spring into action by seeing how many of these 125 things YOU can experience this year! http://www.luvnd.com/

5.    Time to retreat

Now that spring has arrived, we discover that projects are just around the corner. Take some time for yourself and enjoy a little R&R before “spring cleaning” takes hold of you. Be it quilting, scrapbooking, or just finding time to unwind, opportunities can be found statewide.

6.    Museum Challenge

How many museums are there in North Dakota? We invite you to find the answer. Make a trip out of it and see how many of our state museums or historic sites you can visit this spring. Can you handle a Day at a North Dakota museum?

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