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North Dakota is famous for its lakes and rivers. Walleye fishing here is among the best you'll find but there are other whoppers out there: northern pike, bass, perch and even catfish. Here are some of the best places to drop a line.

From hiking and biking to fishing and golfing — and much, much more — North Dakota has many ways for you to Be Legendary. Here is a start to your next great adventure.

A 63-mile journey through the uniquely beautiful Sheyenne River Valley.

Take a 64-mile drive on Highway 22 and Highway 23 from Manning to New Town.

North Dakota has more golf courses per capita than any other state in the country. It's tee time!

Discover North Dakota's prehistoric past with these fossil sites and dino attractions. Click here for information on fossil digs in North Dakota.

Hiking and biking trails criss-cross North Dakota, creating a patchwork of routes that lead to whatever the soul seeks. Hiking trails range from difficult on the Maah Daah Hey to easy on recreational paced routes in larger cities. Bikers can peddle slowly along river bottoms and grasslands and furiously climb some of the steep grades in the Badlands. Take your pick of this baker's dozen.

Channel your inner cowboy or cowgirl with these North Dakota museums and western attractions.

Enhance your child's education and have fun doing it at these unique North Dakota destinations. Experience North Dakota’s rich heritage and culture at these fun, kid-approved sites.

Get your wings at these North Dakota aviation museums and attractions.

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