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North Dakotans are proud of their connection to the land and culinary traditions. The state is the nation’s top producer of many agricultural products, including spring wheat, sunflowers and honey. Our fare is full of authentic dishes that preserve our unique heritage,... Read More
We’ve all heard of bucket lists – the things somebody wants to do before they can’t do them anymore. Bucket lists, like people, are personal. Joe can’t really tell Sally what to put on the list, and vice versa. There are many things to do in North Dakota that would fit nicely, and they are as... Read More
November 5 Newsletter Travel UpdateSportshow Partners WantedTBEX North AmericaGroup Travel Expert TipsND Tourism has G'Days Down UnderThe Sky is the LimitCelebrating in 2016?Cooperative AdvertisingTourism Attends Marketing Outlook Travel Update Fairfield Inn & Suites, Jamestown, is now open... Read More

Beaver Lake State Park's gently rolling prairie provides scenic views for leisurely walks. In the summer, the lake attracts visitors for boating, canoeing, water skiing and fishing

Lewis and Clark State Park is situated on one of the upper bays of Lake Sakakawea. The rugged buttes of the North Dakota Badlands display a towering backdrop to one of the state's best recreation areas.

The Northern Pacific Railroad Bridge spanning the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan opened up travel to the west in 1882. That traffic led to the growth of Bismarck (Edwinton) and eventually points west. Bridges and their impacts have played a key role in North Dakota history. Here are several bridges of note. 

You know it’s the holiday season when you see varenyky (cheese buttons), lefse, kuchen, pfeffernüsse, springerle cookies and krumkake on the table. These North Dakota favorites remind us of celebrations growing up and can be found locally without doing all the work. To bring these items to... Read More
Being “thankful” is part of our culture. November is a time to reflect upon who we are and what makes us unique as a state; as a people. Slow things down and keep it simple this holiday season by shopping close to home and spending quality time with the family.  Choose a home-grown gift made... Read More
For centuries, the people living in the vast expanse of Mongolia have lived in traditional yurts. The simple yet sturdy structures are dwellings that fall somewhere between a tent and cabin, the perfect choice for transitioning between fall and winter camping. All have heat and electricity,... Read More
The winners and honorable mentions from the 12th annual North Dakota Governor's Photo Contest were presented by Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley in a ceremony in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building. Joining in the presentation were North Dakota Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman, North... Read More
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