Hi-Line (Highway 2) Tour
From the days of canoes and trading posts to the edge of space, follow the Hi-Line to adventure. Highway 2 crosses northern North Dakota, from Grand Forks to Williston, past two Air Force bases, one of the best fishing lakes in the nation and historic forts near the Montana border.
Home to the Center for Aerospace Sciences, North Dakota Museum of Art and Ralph Engelstad Arena, home ice to the university’s NCAA Division I hockey team.
Grand Forks, ND
Unique shopping, dining and farmers markets.
Grand Forks, ND
Looking for that after-dinner treat? Look no further than the “Chippers,” Widman's Candy chocolate-covered potato chips.
Gaming and lodging on the shores of Devils Lake.
Full-service, year-round resort on the shores of Devils Lake, one of the state's top fisheries.
Northern Lights Tower stands as tribute to Aurora Borealis and symbolizes Rugby's location.
Lions and tigers and bears … and giraffes and zebras and kangaroos, too. Oh my!
Casper Oimoen, Leif Eirikssen and Hans Christian Anderson stand with other icons in tribute to the area’s Scandinavian heritage.
The state’s first winery featuring wines made from local honey and fruits. Open May through December.
Casino offers typical casino gaming on Lake Sakakawea.
Highlights the heritage and culture of the Mandan, Arikara and Hidatsa people.
Cultural tours and lodging in traditional earthlodge and teepee encampments on the shores of Lake Sakakawea.
New Town, ND
Military post where Sitting Bull surrendered.
Scenic area where Yellowstone and Missouri rivers merge just inside North Dakota state line with Montana.
Largest and most important fur trading post on the upper Missouri River from 1828-1867.