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September 18, 2015 Newsletter   Travel UpdateTourism Industry SummitHeritage Center Award   Travel Update Pumpkin patches and corn mazes are opening for the fall season, find them here: www.ndtourism.com/best-places/5-pumpkin-patches-and-corn-mazes-explore-nd Fall colors are appearing... Read More
September 3, 2015  Newsletter Travel UpdatesTourism Industry Summit is October 6Big Ideas for Small CommunitiesLarge Infrastructure Grant Deadline ApproachesWhat's New in Your AreaAll Work and No Play ...North Dakota Needs Your Vote   Travel Updates New Minot Airport slated to open in... Read More

Getting to Fort Ransom State Park is part of the fun, as it lies at the end of the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway south of Valley City - or at the beginning if you come from the south - near the town of Fort Ransom. The park is a tribute to the state's homesteading Heritage.

 August 21, 2015 Newsletter   Travel UpdateN.D. Tourism Expanding Work with DuhamelBig Ideas for Small CommunitiesSpread the word: Logo Item Sale   Travel Update Yacht excursions now available from 4 Bears Casino. Public cruises available available at 1 and 6 p.m. Thursday through... Read More

Icelandic State Park in northeast North Dakota offers visitors a wide array of recreational opportunities and glimpses of North Dakota's homesteading heritage and its natural beauty.

August 7, 2015 Newsletter Travel UpdateTwitter Chatting With TourismGovernor's Photo Contest DeadlineTourism Grant Deadline NearingIndustry Summit (Formerly Stakeholders) Oct. 6   Travel Update Hours at the Painted Canyon Rest Area near Medora will change on August 22. Beginning that day,... Read More

Lake Sakakawea State Park is one of the top access points to fun and recreation on Lake Sakakawea.

July 30, 2015 Newsletter Travel Updates@NorthDakota reaches 25,000 followersWhat's New in Your AreaAirport Advertising in Twin CitiesWell DoneBig Ideas for Small Communities   Travel Updates 4 Bears Casino plans to complete a ballroom and expanded gambling floor by the end of July. New event... Read More
Geocaching has been around for many years nationwide, and for more than a dozen years within North Dakota state parks. Cross Ranch State Park was the site of the first geocache. Over the last several years, geocaching became yet another way for people to enjoy the outdoors by exploring scenic... Read More
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