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Saddle up for an overnight western adventure on horseback. North Dakota offers plenty of places to set up camp with your horse. Sully Creek State Park Those wishing to bring their own horses into the Badlands frequently use Sully Creek, with its horse corrals and primitive camping facilities as... Read More
You're never too old to play cowboy. North Dakota has a number of exceptional areas to see from the saddle. Hit the trail on your own horse, or enjoy a short ride at the Medora Riding Stables or ride as part of a ranch vacation at Black Leg Ranch. North Dakota Horseback Riding Areas Theodore... Read More
Looking for a quick jaunt with the dog? Or a longer adventure through the spring air? Either way, North Dakota has a hike for you, complete with stunning views and breathtaking landscapes. Many of these areas have trails good for all-season hiking. Check out these top spots for day... Read More
North Dakota is filled with hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. Here is a collection of stunning scenery and unique attractions to keep in mind as you plan your North Dakota trip: Natural Gems Sheyenne National Grasslands, southwest of Fargo Killdeer Mountain Wildlife Management Area,... Read More
Geocaching, high-tech treasure hunting with the help of a Global Positioning System (GPS), provides another opportunity for outdoor adventure the whole family can enjoy. The North Dakota State Parks System offers a wide variety of natural and historic settings, landmarks and architectural works, to... Read More
North Dakota is a wealth of history and culture. Experience centuries of history that have been carefully restored and preserved at museums, forts and heritage sites across the state. Historic Sites Explore North Dakota's legendary past at two free state museums, the North Dakota Heritage... Read More
Between work, school, shuttling kids to practice, meal prep, homework, yardwork and all the other forms of “work” that fill your lives, sometimes the best thing for your family is to push the pause button for some quality time together. The importance of family time, relaxation and unplugging are... Read More
Fall in North Dakota is a season best spent on scenic drives and hikes and in North Dakota's many pumpkin patches and corn mazes. But be on the lookout for reports of zombies on the loose in Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park as we get closer to Halloween. Festive Fall Events Fall is a colorful time... Read More
There are some great reasons why organizations like AAA keep saying North Dakota is one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the U.S. One reason is all the FREE attractions and activities. From historic sites to museums to a downtown sidewalk signed and imprinted by favorite Hollywood... Read More
Energy production in North Dakota has been making a lot of national headlines. Whether it's wind-energy and landscapes full of wind turbines, or massive amounts of oil found in the Bakken Formation, the words "energy" and "North Dakota" go together. Visitors to North Dakota will be awe-struck at... Read More
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