Summer travel season is in full swing in North Dakota and I was able to enjoy events from east to west and poi
Bismarck, N.D. – Six North Dakota tourism entities received 2014 Tourism Expansion Grants from the North Dakota Department of Commerce, Tourism Division. These grants support new or expanding tourism or recreation facilities or designated development areas by providing funding for infrastructure projects.
Created in 2007, Tourism Expansion Grants are matching grants requiring the sponsor to provide $1 for every $1 of grant money being requested. The total amount of grant dollars awarded for this program is $100,000 with individual grant amounts ranging from $5,000 to $24,000.
Summer is here, so start planning your North Dakota vacation! Whether you are looking for a high-action rodeo, an inspiring golf course, a day at the ballpark or a night at the theater, North Dakota has a number of distinctive ways to start your journey this summer. For more ideas about North Dakota activities, contact North Dakota Tourism at NDTourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
Professional angler, Jim Carroll, describes his legendary experiences with fishing in North Dakota.
June is the perfect time to get out and stay moving. It’s the beginning of summer barbecues, car shows, citywide festivals, road races and hikes. Get active and stay active at North Dakota events. To find more information about the activities below, and for a complete list of events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525
In the mid 1970s, minor league baseball came back to my hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and suddenly t
New tourism providers help meet demand for N.D’s outdoor adventures
Bismarck, N.D. – Memorial Day Weekend historically is the jump-start to the summer travel season. The combination of a long weekend and the welcomed warm weather predicted across the state makes this Memorial Day Weekend an ideal time to get out and explore North Dakota.
North Dakota Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman says visitors and residents will find a lot of legendary experiences to enjoy in North Dakota, including new travel and tourism opportunities for 2014.
This 2014 spring has been late, wet and cool in some parts of the state but open wate