Cities & Regions

North Dakota is big - 74,704 square miles big, to be exact - but we've made it easy for you.

Click an area on the map to explore one of the state's six regions, or choose a city below to see all it has to offer.

Major Cities:
The Bismarck-Mandan area has welcomed visitors since Lewis and Clark paddled up the Missouri River here in 1804. The capital of North Dakota, Bismarck, is a more
Fishing, birding and hunting adventures await you at Devils Lake. The largest natural body of water in North Dakota is home to large numbers of walleye, more
Dickinson offers outdoor activities galore and is the gateway to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the unique landscape of the Badlands. Hiking, fishing, more
The greater Fargo area bustles with things to. It is home to golf courses, unique shopping, cultural and artistic events, sold-out DI football and major events more
Along the banks of the Red River, Grand Forks offers fun for every season. Summer boasts outdoor activities like biking, camping and birding. In the winter, more
Plan your next vacation to Jamestown, North Dakota to see the "Pride of the Prairie." Jamestown is home to the World's Largest Buffalo, the National Buffalo more
Medora is located in the Badlands of North Dakota. Plan a vacation to this historical town and enjoy the beatuful scenery it has to offer. Theodore more
This vibrant city, home of the annual North Dakota State Fair in July, is home to an art museum, symphony, opera and a number of local cultural organizations. more
Williston offers visitors a variety of history, outdoor recreation and entertainment. Enjoy boating and fishing on Lake Sakakawea, play a round of golf at the more