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Explore the Northern Plains and Historic Lands of North Dakota-North Dakota

Great Cities to Visit in North Dakota:

  • Bismarck

  • Fargo

  • Grand Forks

  • Minot

  • Williston

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in North Dakota:

  • Knife River Indian Villages: Designated a National Historic Site, Knife River features a museum of Mandan and Hidatsa artifacts, a restored Hidatsa village, and the ruins of two villages. Hiking, canoeing, and fishing opportunities abound.

  • Plains Art Museum: One of Fargo’s top attractions, this museum features both traditional plains Indian and folk art and artifacts as well as a large collection of contemporary art inspired by traditional plains culture.

  • International Peace Garden: Along the U.S.-Canada border lie 2,300 acres of gardens honoring peace between the two nations. It’s open year-round, with flowers peaking in July/August. The biggest draw? A 6,000-plant cactus collection!

  • Lake Metigoshe: This clear water lake near the Canadian border is a top vacation destination, with cabins to stay in, beaches to play on, and some of the best fishing around. Winter activities include snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

  • Bonanzaville: Experience life in 19th-century North Dakota! With 43 restored historic buildings, Bonanzaville offers a window into the Old West. The town also features car, air, and tractor museums.

Major Convention Centers:

  • Bismarck-Mandan: Truly a destination conference center, Bismarck-Mandan offers 100,000 square feet of exhibition space, 3,500 hotel rooms, 20 meeting rooms, a golf course, restaurants, jogging trails, and more.

  • Fargo Civic Center and Centennial Hall: Located in North Dakota’s largest city, this small civic center can host meetings and conferences of up to 2,700 participants.

National Park Services - https://www.nps.gov/state/nd/index.htm

Three national parks and 433 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park: This sprawling park comprises three distinct sections of the Badlands. Visitors explore hundreds of miles of scenic drives, hiking trails, and horseback trails. But the biggest draw is the wildlife, including bison, cougars, wild horses, and bighorn sheep.

Racing Fans!

While North Dakota does not host any NASCAR-sanctioned events, it is home to a few great tracks for race fans to enjoy:

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