If you are looking for top-notch courses or local diamonds in the rough, make North Dakota your next golfing getaway. With more golf courses per capita than any other state in the country, North Dakota is a golfer’s paradise. Click here for a printable version. Or follow in the footsteps of legends along the Lewis and Clark Golf Trail.
Experience the Old West on a trip to connect with the legends who called North Dakota home. Click here for a printable version.
Take a memorable journey through the agricultural heart and urban soul of North Dakota.
Journey along North Dakota's ruggedly beautiful western edge.
Follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark along the Missouri River.
From the days of canoes and trading posts to the edge of space, follow the Hi-Line to adventure.
From the pancake-flat Red River valley in the east, through rolling hills of the central part of the state and finally the rugged Badlands of the west, experience all of North Dakota.
Follow Highway 281 from Whitestone Hill near Edgeley to the International Peace Garden near Dunseith.
North Dakota is a state crafted largely by legendary heroes of the Old West, hard-working immigrants and pioneers who left a legacy that endures to this day. Here are 11 historically significant sites in North Dakota.
Nestled in the scenic Turtle Mountains on the shores of Lake Metigoshe, Lake Metigoshe State Park is one of the most popular year-round vacation spots in North Dakota. Its terrain, amenities and location make it a winter destination.