Interstate 29 Tour
Take a memorable journey through the agricultural heartland and urban soul of North Dakota along the Interstate 29 corridor. Here, travelers see why North Dakota is an agricultural powerhouse and a trendy urban showpiece.
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Full-service casino, concerts and food. Need a break from gaming? Test your golfing skills on the 27-hole course.
Orangutan habitat, tigers, bears, working carousel and 300 zoo classes.
The only restored bonanza farm in the U.S. has 17 buildings open to tours.
First U.S. military fort that protected the oxcart trails, supply wagon trains, stagecoaches and steamboat traffic on the Red River.
Static displays? Yes and no. The majority of the aircraft here can and do fly.
Exotic and endangered species live here.
Complex is a tribute to the area's pioneers.
Home of the famed aviator who was the first to fly over the Arctic Ocean from Alaska to Norway.
No ordinary pizza place has names like “T-Rex” or “Backpacker.” Build your own with unique sauces and fresh ingredients or order a local favorite.
A town favorite since 1961 and home of the “Grinder.”
Grand Forks, ND
Arnold Palmer designed and walked this links style course.
The Greenway features several parks, campground, 2 golf courses, 3 disc golf courses, over 20 miles of multi purpose trails, shore bank fishing sites and so much more
A serene wooded area with a river, trails and cabins; everything you could want for a weekend out of the city.
Offers visitors a wide array of recreational opportunities, glimpses of North Dakota’s homesteading heritage and its natural beauty.
See Canada from the top of the 7-story viewing tower. The gallery details ancient life in the Red River Valley.