Visit Ranches, Farms and Gardens in North Dakota's Central Region

Experience North Dakota agritourism at these centrally located stops.

Rolling Plains Adventures, McKenzie 

There is no limit to the fun and hospitality that Rolling Plains Adventures offers! This family owned hunting paradise provides North Dakota hunting from September through March and lodging year-round. Enjoy plentiful wildlife, recreation and scenic beauty while you enjoy plush accommodations and the finest pheasant hunting North Dakota has to offer.

Coteau Ridge Ranches, Pingree 

Tour a working buffalo ranch. Adventure packages and lodging for nature tourists available. Tours conducted only for groups of 10 or more by appointment.

North Dakota Wind Farm, Edgeley

North Dakota's first wind farm with 41 wind towers located along Highway 13. Information kiosk located at northeast corner of the wind farm.

Patries' Raspberries on the Prairie, Bowden

U-pick and pre-picked red raspberries from mid-July through freeze-up in late September. Gift shop has jams, syrups and more.

Dakota Hills Winery, Knox

Distinctive North Dakota wines 100% grown, produced and bottled at the winery. Offers winery and vineyard tours, farm tours, a barnyard petting zoo, birding and a picnic area.

International Peace Garden, Dunseith 

2,339-acre botanical garden commemorating peace between the United States and Canada. Known for its bell tower, thousands of flowers and a 9/11 Memorial made from wreckage of the World Trade Center. Questions on passport for the Peace Garden? Click here for details.

Black Butte Adventures, Velva

Black Butte Adventures is a hiking/biking and agriculture tourism destination near Sawyer. The Effertz family invites you to visit the region and stretch your legs while learning about the area's history, agriculture and native prairie.

North Dakota Forest Service Nursery, Towner

The only state tree nursery in North Dakota specializes in evergreen seedlings for conservation planting. Produces 1.3 million trees per year.

First Farmers Exhibit, Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, Washburn 

The Mandan and Hidatsa Indians were the first farmers in the state, and were the first to trade their vegetables to other American Indians in the fall. Their crops would play a very important part in the survival of the Corps of Discovery during the winter of 1804-05.

NDSU Research Station, Minot

This 1,200-acre research center was established in 1945 for agricultural field research and pure seed increase. Today, it specializes in crop research and Extension education activities and in foundation seed production.

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