In North Dakota, fall foliage begins showing up in early September and reaches its peak by the mid-October, depending on the location. Visitors use this time to tour areas of heavy forest growth like the Turtle Mountains or tree-lined river valleys.
Games, refreshments, entertainment and rows and rows of plump pumpkins. That's what you will find at the many pumpkin patches and corn mazes across North Dakota. Be adventurous, get lost, then find your way out of a corn maze.
Popularity of mountain biking in North Dakota is no surprise. The state offers plenty of space, a variety of trails for all skill levels and no crowds. Mountain biking in North Dakota has earned its reputation for great rides on trails you are likely to have all to almost to yourself.
Dotted with dense forests, magnificent overlooks and expansive recreation areas, the Rendezvous Region Scenic Backway in northeast North Dakota offers nature lovers plenty of opportunities to enjoy and explore the outdoors. Starting on Highway 55 near Vang and sloping southeast to Highway 5 and...