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So you’re coming to North Dakota to visit, maybe even planning to stay a while. How do you know what to bring? What to wear? Where to stay? What to do? You can find the answers to most of your questions online. North Dakota can be fickle when it comes to weather, but other than the dead of winter... Read More
While some people might find the familiar whistle of a meadowlark sweet music to the ears, others prefer bass-thumping and screaming guitars to solitude. Fortunately, North Dakota is large enough to accommodate sounds that are music to everyone’s ears, from the aforementioned nature to local... Read More
Extreme racing is the newest fad among adrenaline junkies and long-distance athletes looking for a real challenge. Swimming 36 miles in a river, competing in 24-hour adventure races that include trekking, paddling and hiking and peddling 12-hour mountain bike races are the things that... Read More
May 6, 2014 Newsletter Update your NDtourism.com ListingsPlease Fill out Conference SurveyBloggers and Writers WorkshopGovernor's Photo ContestFederal Lands Access ProgramFargo Hometown TouristsHands-on Workshops PlannedTop 100 ABA Events Deadline ApproachingCircle Wisconsin Marketplace ... Read More
Fishing in North Dakota is as diverse as the anglers on the water. Its offerings range from the popular walleye to northern pike to perch and bass or salmon. Heck, anglers can even try snagging the prehistoric paddlefish at the confluence area in May. There are trout in Lake Sakakawea... Read More
April 22, 2014 Newsletter Governor's Travel and Tourism AwardsWriters and Bloggers ConferenceIPW in ChicagoSport Show RecapOne FulfullmentAnnual Report Governor's Travel and Tourism Awards Four Governor's Travel and Tourism awards, recognizing outstanding leaders in North Dakota's tourism industry... Read More
What effect has the long winter had on wildlife in North Dakota? That’s been the top question at sports shows this winter. The answer, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, is probably not much. Animals were a bit stressed by the cold and wind but in general could access food... Read More
Rivers throughout North Dakota are opening up, giving anglers (those who brave the cool temperatures) a chance to get out on the open water. But it’s not yet time to pack away the ice fishing gear and break out the open-water rigs everywhere in North Dakota. While boats have been running up and... Read More
By now, everyone is familiar with fall waterfowl hunting in North Dakota. The Central Flyway is like an interstate leading hundreds of thousands of geese south for the winter. When winter is over, that same interstate brings the birds back through North Dakota where hunters wait during the spring... Read More
Paddlefish is the only species of fish with an in-season closure in North Dakota. That's why many people get out as soon as the snagging season begins May 1 in the area around the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers in northwest North Dakota. The season lasts only through the end of... Read More
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