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Fall in North Dakota is a season best spent on scenic drives and hikes and in North Dakota's many pumpkin patches and corn mazes.  Festive Fall Events Fall is a a colorful time in North Dakota, not just in the trees that blaze orange and red and yellow as seasons change, but in our towns and... Read More
We invite you to share in the favorite traditions of our culture and heritage. In our largest cities, our smallest towns and sometimes out in the middle of a field, you can find special events, festivals, fairs and free things to do that are uniquely North Dakota. From music festivals and bull... Read More
There are some great reasons why organizations like AAA keep saying North Dakota is one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the U.S. One reason is all the FREE attractions and activities. From historic sites to museums to a downtown sidewalk signed and imprinted by favorite Hollywood... Read More
Energy production in North Dakota has been making a lot of national headlines. Whether it's wind-energy and landscapes full of wind turbines, or massive amounts of oil found in the Bakken Formation, the words "energy" and "North Dakota" go together. Visitors to North Dakota will be awe-struck at... Read More
If you're seeking a vacation experience with hands-on activities, opportunities to learn new skills and chances to truly discover new cultures, education vacations are for you. North Dakota visitors can learn about the state's culture and heritage in a new way. By getting out of their cars and... Read More
Are table games your thing, or do you prefer playing slot machines? Take advantage of both in North Dakota’s exciting Vegas-style casinos scattered across North Dakota. You'll find gaming, concerts and live entertainment year-round. Several casinos also offer fine dining, accommodations and... Read More
North Dakota's canoeing and kayaking waters are as diverse as the state itself. Whether canoeists prefer the scenery presented by agricultural plains, rugged Badlands, thickly wooded slopes or gentle river bluffs, North Dakota's rivers offer a challenge to beginners and experienced paddlers alike... Read More
Whether you're traveling by luxury RV or with a pup tent in the back of the pick-up, camping adventures await at 1,300 North Dakota campsites. With 14 state parks and recreation areas and countless local camping facilities, North Dakota is a great place to camp. There is abundant activity... Read More
The abundance of rivers and lakes in North Dakota makes it a paradise for water recreation. Sail the length of Lake Sakakawea or navigate Devils Lake's ever-increasing surface area by motorboat or personal watercraft. And nothing beats a lazy afternoon with the pontoon beached on a Missouri... Read More
North Dakota is smack dab in the middle of the Central Flyway, making it a top destination for millions of birds. The action-packed spring migration season provides astounding opportunities to see birds in their natural habitat, boasting beautiful breeding plumage. Birding drives and hiking trails... Read More
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