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Posted by North Dakota Tourism on April 09, 2015
  Fort Ransom State Park, Fort Ransom ND, which takes its name from an 1860s military fort, is located in the midst of the scenic and heavily wooded Sheyenne River valley.The river provides abundant opportunities for canoeing, fishing and bird watching, while within the park can be found... Read More
Posted by Heather LeMoine on January 14, 2015
The headline is 100% completely true. Winter is my favorite season. I love the snow. I love the sparkle. I love the cold. "What?!!" you ask, "You love cold?" Yes - I love the cold. Sure, we joke that northerners stay young-looking because our faces are frozen like botox!... Read More
Posted by Matt LeMoine on December 17, 2014
Although North Dakota has many great places to anchor down a portable ice shelter in the winter months, I have come up with a short list of the top five places in this great state to put up a shanty. My favorite winter fish is walleye, but this is a multi-species list to try accommodating fellow... Read More
Posted by Prairie Style File on November 17, 2014
The holiday shopping season is heating up and we all want to find that perfect gift. Ditch the big box stores and embrace a more laid-back, artful shopping experience at locally owned shops and boutiques instead. You’ll find great gifts with a ton of personality — and many of them will be unique... Read More
Posted by Kim Schmidt on September 18, 2014
Growing up in a small town, you have a tendency to take it for granted and rarely take the time to explore when you go home to visit. We typically spend time with family but recently took a tour to see what has changed in the place my husband, Jon, and I grew up and were pleasantly surprised with... Read More
Posted by Nick Ybarra on August 05, 2014
I grew up in North Dakota, and I have a passion for the outdoors and a longing for adventure. I was able to find what I was looking for here in the Badlands. I’ve ridden trails all over the country and some of the best riding that I’ve ever found is right in my backyard. The Maah Daah Hey is more... Read More
Posted by Heather LeMoine on July 28, 2014
Visitors to North Dakota are often awed by the crops, farms and ranches that dot the landscape - the vastness of the fields, the enormity of the equipment and the legacy of one of the nation's top food producers. One of the advantages for guests to the state is the opportunity to see both... Read More
Posted by Heather LeMoine on July 18, 2014
My family loves outdoor theater and local musicals have become part of our summertime tradition, including a recent trip to see Shrek at Sleepy Hollow Theatre & Arts Park in Bismarck. Shrek was delightful, funny and perfectly paced. And you know it's been a great... Read More
Posted by Jason Mitchell on July 01, 2014
On North Dakota waters, walleyes rule. There are many other species that present different challenges, but there is nothing like a walleye straight out of the river and into a frying pan. Successful walleye outings take more than just casting a line with a spoon from the shore, or trolling... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on June 13, 2014
It’s hard to think of yourself as bypassed by people who have no reason to drive by you in the first place. Sturgis is different in that people plan for months what route they are taking to the granddaddy of all bike rallies each August in the Black Hills. That means there is plenty of time to... Read More
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