Having never been to North Dakota, I was thrilled to see the Badlands on our itinerary. As an Ohio native, I sometimes crave mountainous bluffs and peaks (which, unfortunately, there is a shortage of in Ohio), and feel the urge to take in a picturesque valley of which the most talente
While there are many great lakes in North Dakota, the many recreational opti
BISMARCK, N.D. – With significant visitor traffic coming to North Dakota from Minnesota and Wisconsin, the southeastern portion of the state is like a gateway brimming with attractions and entertainment. From urban escapes to rural history, there are a variety of ways to enjoy summers in southeastern North Dakota.
BISMARCK, N.D. – For the past 45 years, classic rockers Aerosmith and the North Dakota State Fair in Minot have been thrilling fans in their own unique way but never at the same time and in the same place – until now. On July 25, the rock icon will close the 50th running of the wildly popular North Dakota State Fair with its first appearance.
The Aerosmith show with guest Living Colour on July 25 at 8 p.m., closes a week-long series of shows by a musical lineup that includes Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Kellie Pickler and Seether.
For half a century, the North Dakota State Fair has been providing midsummer thrills, chills and musical entertainment. This year’s 50th anniversary promises even more excitement. Get July off to a great start at your community’s Fourth of July celebration and close things out at the Fargo Airsho. To find more information about these activities, and for a complete list of events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
BISMARCK, N.D. –- North Dakota Tourism is offering grants to develop new tourism attractions that can bring more visitors to North Dakota. This program is made possible by a one-time $750,000 appropriation from the 2015 North Dakota legislative session. Applications must be received at North Dakota Tourism by Thursday, October 1, 2015.
BISMARCK, ND – Recent enhancements to the amenities around Devils Lake, N.D., have enriched opportunities for area visitors and attracted more visitor spending, according to the North Dakota Department of Commerce, Tourism Division.