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About North Dakota

The scenic route is down every road in North Dakota.

Experience the rich western culture, the scenic badlands of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and the legacy of Native American heritage. Follow the Lewis & Clark Trail through rolling prairie, dramatic river bluffs, and scenic vistas virtually unchanged in more than 200 years.

Outdoor adventures abound in North Dakota. Golfers can choose from 116 nine and eighteen-hole courses, including Bully Pulpit in the Badlands – named “America’s Best New Affordable Public Course” for 2005 by Golf Digest, hike or bike the 96-mile Maah Daah Hey, dig for fossils in the Pembina Gorge. There are 63 national wildlife refuges and some of the best birding in the nation.

North Dakota is synonymous with legendary hunting and fishing. From the “big waters” of Lake Sakakawea, Devils Lake and the mighty Missouri to smaller lakes and streams, drop a line at the invitation to fish for northern pike, walleye and perch, take a swim, canoe, or just enjoy the view.

The International Peace Garden on the Canadian border blooms vividly with 2,339 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. North America’s largest Scandinavian festival is held each October. Numerous cultural and historical festivals beckon … with the tantalizing smells of authentic cuisine.

For urban adventure, enjoy shopping, entertainment, dining and nightlife in North Dakota’s major cities, where you’ll find big-city amenities and friendly, small-town hospitality. Ride the indoor Ferris wheel enjoy sporting events like DI football and hockey.

From waterparks and skateparks to zoos and concerts, family fun awaits you. Experiences here are so authentic you will understand why we call North Dakota Legendary.

Call today for your free travel guide, or visit our Website to plan your Legendary adventure in North Dakota.


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  1. One of our most beautiful states. Great hunting and fishing. This video is great. Don’t miss the Teddy Roosevelt National park. This is the way things should be.

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