Gardens are important to North Dakota; so important, in fact, that there is a 2,300-acre floral wonderland dedicated to peace straddling the border of North Dakota and the Canadian province of Manitoba. And that’s only the start to the floral displays to be found around the state. Any... Read More
The Maah Daah Hey Trail is a 144-mile non-motorized single track through the Badlands of North Dakota. It is at times rugged, challenging and relaxing and always amazing. International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) has designated the hiking, biking and horseback riding... Read More
Do unidentified flying objects fly around our night skies, giving people just enough of a glance to leave them wondering “what was that?” Who knows? What we do know is North Dakota is one of the best places to get lost looking for little green men, big green and yellow northern... Read More
Welcome to North Dakota! Visitors come here for many reasons: our great outdoors, vibrant downtowns and charming communities, arts, sports and family fun. Whatever your reason for visiting, we are sure you will leave with fond memories of your adventures, and with a few new friends. We invite you... Read More
The Great Plains was once home to millions of majestic bison, which thundered across the golden grasslands and roamed freely beneath the big, blue sky. These magnificent beasts played an essential role in the lives of Native Americans, providing all the necessities for life: food, shelter, clothing... Read More
Monday, April 17 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Industry Meetings 4-6 p.m. Registration and Exhibitor Set Up 6-8 p.m. Opening Reception and Social at the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum 8:30-10:30 p.m. Entertainment at the Radisson Hotel Tuesday, April 18... Read More
Snapshots from the 2017 Travel Industry Conference in Bismarck.
On the shore of Lake Sakakawea, Fort Stevenson State Park is a dream spot for outdoor recreation.
The clean, fresh air, rugged terrain and sparkling waters of North Dakota all scream one thing: adventure. There’s something special about getting outside in North Dakota, whether you’re reeling in a walleye on Lake Sakakawea, reaching the summit of a hike through the Badlands or sleeping under the... Read More
Traveling to western North Dakota brings you to the open plains, the rugged buttes and wide-open spaces. What you see today was once a land of tropical forests, wetlands and prehistoric wildlife. There was no season to hunt creatures back then. The wildlife was dinosaurs! Overwhelmingly dominant,... Read More