8 Legendary ways to make memories in North Dakota

From exploring our vibrant cities to enjoying celebrations and having fun with family, it’s the perfect time to make memories in North Dakota! Take the kids outside to play and instead of merry-go-rounds, there are scenic drives where they’ll see wildlife of all kinds. Instead of slides and swings, there are hiking trails, peaks and streams to conquer. Summer is a perfect time to make memories that will last a lifetime.

SAVE THE DATE for the 125th Celebration Party on the Capitol Mall on August 16!

November 2, 2014, marks the 125th anniversary of North Dakota’s statehood.  We are getting the party started early with celebrations and events around the state!

The public is invited to celebrate 125 years of history at North Dakota’s 125th Celebration Party on the Capitol Mall in Bismarck on August 16.  Festivities will begin at 10:30 am and run throughout the day.  

Enjoy live entertainment, food, Pride of Dakota displays, an art exhibit, kids’ activities, and more!

Summer activities abound in early July in North Dakota

Whether you’re playing in the sun or relaxing under the stars, North Dakota has an activity for you in July. Head to the Badlands to dig for dinosaur bones or cheer on your favorite turbo turtle during Turtle Lake’s Turtle Days. You can also sit back and enjoy Broadway-style entertainment at Sleepy Hollow Summer Theater in Bismarck. 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.

June events roll on

As North Dakota celebrates its 125th birthday this year, many of the small towns that have helped shape the state are celebrating 100 years. Small town festivals are a summer tradition in North Dakota, and Parshall, Halliday and Watford City are rolling out the red carpets welcoming people to join their celebrations. Enjoy a variety of festivals throughout the state as we head toward the big July Fourth weekend.

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