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Two things are synonymous with spring: Sunshine and baseball. Even in North Dakota, we enjoy a sunny day at the ballpark. And we don't need to spend hundreds of dollars, fight big-city traffic and eat $10 brats. The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks minor league baseball team plays at Newman Outdoor Field,... Read More
So it's not Royal Troon. Try telling that to the 30-mile-an-hour wind whipping the flag. Forget the tree breaks, this is a true links-style course with deep bunkers and undulating fairways cut in some thick rough. Let's see you cut that approach into the wind and roll it on the green. The Links... Read More
People are naturally drawn to the skies in North Dakota. In a land of wide-open spaces and crystal clear skies, the state is a perfect place to look up and dream. Or  you can look at things that used to be in the sky and dream of what it might be like one day when you take flight.
March 19, 2014 Newsletter Travel Industry ConferenceTourism Officials Meets DC DelegationHave you Been HackedUSTA CampaignTourism Expansion GrantsWilliston ARC a Game ChangerTourism Ads Win ADDY AwardsTheodore Roosevelt National Park No. 5Summit Thank YouSuccessful Overseas MissionTravel Industry... Read More
Golf is big in North Dakota. There are more courses per capita than in any other state and getting tee times is unbelievably easy. Click here for more about golfing in North Dakota, then check out the courses listed below. Your legendary rounds await. Wahpeton Area Bois de Sioux Golf... Read More
March 5, 2014 Newsletter Travel Industry ConferenceNominate a Deserving PersonNational Travel and Tourism WeekHoDo HonoredFourth Quarter Report: Tourism by the NumbersVideo WebinarLegendary Merchandise on SaleAmtrak Back on TrackWilliston MainStay Suites Staff HonoredRack em Up Travel Industry... Read More
North Dakota doesn't lack for entertainment with more than 500 events, festivals, galleries and concerts annually. Plan to sing along, do a two-step or craft your own creation at one of North Dakota's arts and entertainment venues. Check out the sites for plays, athletic events, galleries, special... Read More
Most travelers have heard of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. They know it has two geographic units (South near Medora; north near Watford City), plus the Elkhorn Ranch site midway between. But that's not the only national park or historic site in North Dakota. Fort Union Trading Post National... Read More
The 125th birthday parties are over but that doesn't mean the fun has to end. The State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center, a 97,000-square-foot, $52 million facility, will continue to entertain visitors for years to come. New galleries unveiled in conjunction with the statehood... Read More
Agritourism is the practice of inviting guests to visit and/or participate in normal farm or ranch activities. Farms and ranches participating in agritourism activities are most often working farms and ranches, and tourism activity is a secondary income for the family. Agritourism activities... Read More
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