Outdoor Recreation is Abundant in Northwestern North Dakota

BISMARCK, ND – Spring has arrived in North Dakota with temperatures warming, trees blooming and wildlife becoming more active as winter loses its hold on the state.  North Dakota’s outdoors are buzzing with activity this time of year and there are many ways to witness it firsthand, especially in the northwestern part of the state.

Birding, scenic drives, day hikes and canoe trips are all easily accessible and offer travelers, families and adventure-seekers some of the best outdoor fun North Dakota has to offer.

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      North Dakota Tourism Expands Scenic ByRider Motorcycle Patch Program

      BISMARCK, N.D. – North Dakota has more than 39,000 registered motorcycles, most ridden by people looking for fun and relaxing places to visit along the state’s highways and byways. Many collect a patch that adorns their vests or jackets and that’s the incentive behind North Dakota Tourism’s expansion of its Scenic ByRider Program (http://www.ndtourism.com/articles/north-dakota-scenic-byrider-program).

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