North Dakota: One Piece at a Time
Choosing the right place to visit in North Dakota doesn’t have to be puzzling. It just takes a little planning, that’s all.While you are home dreaming of and planning summer and fall trips to the four corners of the state, take a few minutes to challenge your mind and be inspired by iconic images you will encounter.
Every day, we will post a new puzzle with approximately 200 pieces. Challenge family and friends to see who can complete the puzzle the quickest. Come back daily for a new puzzle. #InThisTogetherND
Family Camping: Get away from it all with a family camping outing.
Paddle On: Enjoy North Dakota's pristine waterways this summer.
The Open Road: North Dakota's scenic byways are made for motorcycle touring.
Big Air: A mountain biker on the Pembina Gorge trail grabs some air on the terrain course.
Symbols of North Dakota: Majestic bison roam Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands.
Pheasant in Flight: Colorful bird is really popular in the fall.
Pronghorn on the move: Fences are no problem for pronghorn (antelope) on the prairie.
Fort Stenvenson: Two marinas at Fort Stevenson State Park make water access to Lake Sakakawea a snap.
BIG time: The "World's Largest Buffalo" can be found along Interstate 94 in Jamestown.
Wally: Stop in Garrison on the way to some Lake Sakakawea fishing and pay homage to Wally the Walleye.
Roosevelt Park Zoo: Visitors interact with a giraffe at Minot's Roosevelt Park Zoo.
White Horse Hill: Birder's check out the species at White Horse Hill wildlife preserve near Devils Lake.
Racing the storm: Getting some fieldwork in before an approaching storm.
Move over California: Lake Sakakawea has more shoreline than the California Pacific Coast.
Hi-Line: The Hi-Line Bridge in Valley City is 3,860 feet long and 162 feet above the valley floor.
Capitol Grounds: The State Capitol building towers over Bismarck.