GRAND FORKS, ND – Seven Governor’s Travel and Tourism Awards recognizing outstanding leaders in North Dakota’s tourism industry were presented today at the 2016 North Dakota Travel and Tourism Conference in Grand Forks. The awards were presented by North Dakota Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley and Department of Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson.
BISMARCK, N.D. – Warmer weather and longer days have arrived in North Dakota, signaling the time to start planning for summer vacations. The state offers a range of activities and endeavors for travelers, from thrill-seekers to history buffs. A week hiking through Theodore Roosevelt National Park might spark your sense of adventure or maybe an urban Fargo weekend – shopping and eating, naturally – sounds. Whatever your fancy, start planning your North Dakota summer get-away today.
Check out these resources from North Dakota Tourism as you plan:
If spring fever has you in the mood for a night on the town, check out local listings for different events ranging from the opera to the circus. Adults and kids alike have plenty of options for fun this April in North Dakota. Find more information about these activities and a complete list of statewide events in April at NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
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