Each of North Dakota's 13 state parks offer a unique blend of scenic beauty, outdoor recreation and camping opportunities. Hike, bike, swim, boat and sleep under the stars.
From art museums to cultural and heritage sites, a journey across North Dakota should include these must-see destinations. Click here for a guide to some of the state's top arts and cultural attractions.
Cabins are a great way to wind down after a day on the trail. Few things are as soothing as settling in in front of a fire with a warm drink and a friend. North Dakota has a selection of comfortable to rustic options.
The museums you find here tell the story of North Dakota and stimulate the minds of old and young alike. From flying dinosaurs to soaring warbirds, from artists' brush strokes on canvas to polished rocks, North Dakota has a museum sure to lift the spirit.
Snowmobile trail criss-cross much of the state of North Dakota. Snowmobile North Dakota features a system of 13 trails on which to enjoy an afternoon of great riding. Click here for weekly trail condition updates.
Custer Trail Auto Tour follows route through the Badlands toward Montana.
Games, refreshments, entertainment and row and rows of pumpkins. It won't be long before pumpkin patches around the state open in preparation for Halloween.
In North Dakota, fall foliage begins showing us in early to mid-September and reaches its peak by the end of the month or early October depending on location. Visitors use this time to tour areas of heavy forest growth like the Turtle Mountains or river valleys. In the Red River Valley, long thick tree rows take on amazing hues. If you missed this fall's change, don't worry, there's always next September.
Every state has its quirky or unique brand of "roadside" art. North Dakota's happens to be animals of mythic proportions. When visiting various areas around the state, take a few minutes to check out these larger-than-life attractions.