Autumn is an outdoor-lover’s delight in North Dakota with brisk weather and changing colors beckoning people into the outdoors. Fill a thermos with coffee and join friends and family for pumpkin patches and hayrides. Don a wool sweater and lace up your hiking shoes for a day spent exploring the prairie countryside. Spend an afternoon at an art festival, then enjoy a delicious meal with friends at one of North Dakota’s wonderful eateries. Whatever you do, don’t let this festive season pass you by.
Autumn in North Dakota brings brilliant fall color, cooling temps and idyllic outdoor settings. Hunting season is in full swing, along with Halloween and an array of festivals across the state. Support local artists while getting your creative “fix” at an art or craft show. For more events, visit NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525
Autumn in North Dakota is centered in the outdoors, from angling on a quiet lake to hitching a hayride or tailgating at a football game. Convene at a coveted spot with family and friends to take in September’s delightful sights and smells. Whether you crave the solitude of the countryside or the energy of community this September, there is something for you in North Dakota.
Time to look forward to the joys of autumn! Enjoy the tastes, sounds and treats of a street fair. It may be September but Oktoberfest celebrations are underway across North Dakota, so join in the fun. Cheer on the home team at one of many homecoming events across the state. 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.
There is still time to submit photos for the 2017 Governor’s Photo Contest, but you should do it soon. All North Dakotans are encouraged to submit photos that capture the unique things to see and do in the state. The deadline for entry is August 31.
August in North Dakota can be hot, hot, hot, so there’s no better time than now to savor the waning days of summer. Before shipping the kids back to school, plan a camping weekend at one of North Dakota’s many state parks. Stay up late beneath the prairie stars while taking in a live music or theater performance. Or simply pack the car with snacks and let one of North Dakota’s beautiful back-country roads guide you through a lazy day.
August is often the warmest month in North Dakota, also making it one of the busiest. Outdoor festivals abound, offering delicious food and live entertainment. North Dakota lakes and rivers are a cool - and fun – escape from the heat. There are many ways to relish the waning days of summer, so find your adventure this August. For 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.