Explore the land where buffalo still roam — alongside deer, elk, antelope and plenty of other wildlife. Summers offer a bounty of outdoor activities like mountain biking, fishing, hiking and camping. It’s a perfect time to explore North Dakota’s national and state parks and discover the history of the West. Click here for more Summer activities in North Dakota.
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Looking for wildlife? Waterfowl, raptors, deer, moose and other species of wildlife can be seen.
Follow the Chan SanSan Scenic Backway through a glacial valley carved 12,000 years ago.
Step back in time to some of the most significant destinations of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The 53-mile Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway leads through forested hills in north-central North Dakota.
The 35-mile-long byway in North Dakota includes stops at Native American sites.
Take an amazing 14-mile ride through Badlands terrain onto the grasslands. Stand in awe above the valley carved by the meandering Little Missouri River and drove slowly through bison herds within the park.
This 22-mile backway begins in Vang and ends in Cavalier. Some of it is gravel.
A 108-mile tour back in time between Mandan and Dickinson.
A 63-mile journey through the uniquely beautiful Sheyenne River Valley.
Take a 64-mile drive on Highway 22 and Highway 23 from Manning to New Town.