Explorers Lewis and Clark were among the earliest visitors to North Dakota. They mapped out a trail for you to follow through North Dakota.
Visitors to the three units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park find the dramatic scenery and recreational opportunities awe-inspiring.
North Dakota isn't lacking for swimming holes, not even in the cold winter months. Indoor waterparks and pools can take away the chill of the season but where do you go? With a plethora of indoor waterparks and swimming facilities, consider a Splashers of the Seven Seas or the Williston Area Recreation Center, or others found throughout the state. No matter where your travels take you within North Dakota, there is likely an indoor pool nearby. Swimming is a great recreational activity that can be enjoyed year-round. Take your pick. CANNONBALL!
A woman in a white dress floats effortlessly down the hallway of the Custer House. Unless you are George, don't worry, she's not looking for you. Don't let a few ghosts and goblins stand in your way of fun this Halloween. Get out and get lost in the "spirits" of the season in North Dakota.
Railroads played a major role in North Dakota's development as a state. Learn more about the railroading history of North Dakota.
Take a trip down the Enchanted Highway in western North Dakota for a glimpse of classic roadside art. Giant metal sculptures line the highways leading from Gladstone to Regent. The Enchanted Castle in Regents awaits travelers.
Unique, unusual and wild animals from all around the world make visiting North Dakota
zoos a must for families. Check out the excellent facilities and exquisit animals
in Wahpeton, Fargo, Bismarck and Minot.
Each of North Dakota's 13 state parks offer a unique blend of scenic beauty, outdoor recreation and camping opportunities. Hike, bike, swim, boat and sleep under the stars.
From art museums to cultural and heritage sites, a journey across North Dakota should include these must-see destinations. Click here for a guide to some of the state's top arts and cultural attractions.