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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
February 19, 2014 Newsletter Travel Industry ConferenceVote for TRNPNorth Dakota 125th logoCertified training for interpretersBloggers and Writers WorkshopImprove social media effortsIndustry dashboardsBrand USA  Tourism Industry Conference Take a few minutes to sign up for the Travel... Read More
It may not look like it right now, but golf season in North Dakota is just around the dogleg. Traditionally, courses in the southwest part of the state get an early jump on things, so keep an ear out for happenings in Dickinson, Medora, Bismarck, Mandan and such. It might be a while before you can... Read More
Longer days, warmer temperature, melting snow; all signal the arrival of spring. While they stir the visual senses, the true sounds of spring eminate from the trees and shrubs. With warmer weather come birds whose songs accompany the return of green grass and leaves. Looking for your North... Read More
To a runner used to being on the road and seeing new sights with every different training run, going inside to a treadmill for winter is torture. The arrival of spring is a breath of fresh air as avid runners and those just out for a little jog can get back outside without freezing up. To some,... Read More
It's said North Dakota once was a tropical paradise complete with giant lakes and the giant fish that used to swim in them. There is proof that other giants used to roam North Dakota in prehistoric times and they are being uncovered all the time. Dinosaurs literally left their footprints all over... Read More
Museums have long been a great place for families to spend a day laughing and learning. North Dakota has a vast network of state, regional and local museums. They present information about the region's past, present and futre. Adults and children of all ages will marvel at the State Museum at the... Read More
Three shells and a half dozen targets. Go ahead, take your pick. That's pheasant hunting in North Dakota. Flashes of bright red against a sea of brown vegetation or the bright white of fresh fallen snow, the cackle and beating of wings are often the first signs you have come upon a rooster. Your... Read More
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