Nature & Outdoors
Forget about “the great outdoors,” because the wild side of North Dakota is legendary. Hunting for big game or birds, fishing our lakes and streams, hiking, biking, boating or horseback riding – whatever you like to do outdoors, start planning your dream trip here. Click here for more Nature and Outdoors in North Dakota.
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Cabins are a great way to wind down after a day on the trail.
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.
Most areas around the state are reporting some change, from 25% to more than 100%. There are many places to watch fall colors emerge. Here are a baker's dozen. (Updated October 8).
Looking for wildlife? Waterfowl, raptors, deer, moose and other species of wildlife can be seen.
The 53-mile Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway leads through forested hills in north-central North Dakota.
Take an amazing 14-mile ride through Badlands terrain.
This 22-mile backway begins in Vang and ends in Cavalier. Some of it is gravel.