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July 7, 2016, E-Newsletter From the Director   There are a few things that you only get to do in the summer: ride the Lewis and Clark Riverboat; enjoy a corn dog at the fair; savor a Saturday morning at a farmers market; and revel in the night sky at the Medora Musical. The tourism team has... Read More

At the center of the Northern Plains is a rugged section of Badlands, buttes and fertile grasslands where cattle and sheep graze, and the deer and antelope still roam. This region – bordered by the towns of Hettinger, N.D. and Lemmon, Bison and Buffalo, S.D. – is where Lakota and Dakota people conducted the last hunts of the majestic, wild buffalo that once roamed the grasslands in great herds. Visit Hettinger’s Chamber of Commerce for information on the Buffalo Trails Tour and start your journey with a visit to the buffalo mount “Prairie Thunder” at Dakota Buttes Museum in Hettinger. 

It's hot. The kids want to be in the water. But a trip to the lake just isn't in the cards today. Don't fret. In North Dakota, you don't have to drive far to get to the nearest water. Most of the larger cities have waterparks and many smaller towns have pools. No matter where you are, you can make a splash with your family. Click here for more wet and wild fun.

June 16, 2016, E-Newsletter Travel UpdatesWhat's New in North DakotaNewspaper Inserts and Cable Advertising HitFindND App Helps Tourism MarketingCooperative Marketing OpportunitiesIn So Many WordsNorth Country Trail Association CelebrationAmerican Indian Tourism Conference Travel Updates... Read More
If you are a photographer, and a North Dakota resident, start taking and collecting your recent North Dakota images for the North Dakota Governor's Photo Contest for Travel and Tourism. Winners receive cash prizes and will have their photographs on display in the Capitol. You have until August 31... Read More
June 2, 2016 E-Newsletter   Travel UpdatesNorth Dakota Advertising Grabbing AttentionVisit an Enhanced NDtourism.comSpreading the WordNewspaper Inserts AppearSchmidt Attends TBEXScenic ByRider Recognized   Travel Updates Medora Musical opens June 3 New Children’s Zoo Farm now open at... Read More
May 19, 2016 E-Newsletter   Travel UpdateNorth Dakota Advertising at Full StrengthReal America Summit and RoundupGroup Travel Expert TipTribal Tourism SummitTourism by the NumbersMidwest Travel Twitter ChatTrails ConferenceCooperative Marketing   Travel Update The former Dakota Dinosaur... Read More
May 5, 2016 E-Newsletter   Travel UpdateGovernor's Photo ContestCooperative MarketingRMI Real America SummitND National Parks Impact EconomyPlease Get Your Deals on the WebsiteMake Work for you   Travel Update Part of TR Park North Unit scenic drive under construction TR... Read More
April 21, 2016 Newsletter Travel UpdatesMessage From the DirectorNorth Dakota Talks Travel in ChicagoTravel Industry ConferenceOnline Events Calendar AddedTourism Spreads the Word at Sport ShowsMidwest Travel Twitter Chat features ND May 4Group Travel Expert TipCooperative MarketingOn Dasher... Read More

North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park has a rare distinction among all national parks in the United States in that it was the only one to first be named a memorial park. This year, the park will celebrate the 70th anniversary of President Harry S. Truman signing the declaration naming it Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park. Make time this year to see what all the fuss was about but visiting multiple units of the park: the North Unit near Watford City, the South Unit at Medora and Roosevelt's Elkhorn Ranch site in the Badlands in between. And why stop there? Make it a point to visit affiliated sites Fort Union Trading Post, Knife River Indian Villages and the International Peace Garden. 

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