Planning your next vacation? Looking for a genuine all-American experience? Consider planning a trip to the state of North Dakota. This State is rich with American history, a thriving agriculture industry and untouched natural wonders. There are many outdoor adventures to experience in the prairies and mountain regions of North Dakota, and so much to see and do in the cities and small towns. North Dakota is a truly unique and spectacular vacation destination.
During your North Dakota vacation, head to one of the many state parks or national forests for hiking, biking, trail riding and camping. North Dakota is famous for having great bird watching and wildlife viewing; be sure to check out the Theodore Roosevelt National Park where you can enjoy these activities and more! Be sure to keep an eye-out, here you can watch live Buffalo roam free on the North Dakota plains. Try horseback riding at Sheyenne National Grasslands, or head out to Devil’s Lake where you can go boating, fishing and swimming.
Experience a true Western vacation when you go to Medora, ND. Watch an Old Western play at one of Medora’s theatres, or play a round of golf with friends at Bully Pulpit golf course. Up for a challenge? Bike the 96 miles of Maah Daah Hey Trail. In the winter months, try cross country skiing or snowshoeing in one of the many state parks.
During your next North Dakota vacation, go to an old fashioned rodeo, horse race, or hoe down. Also, make sure you experience one of the many farm and ranch agriculture tours in the state. For an authentic Old Western experience, plan a ranch vacation, where you can stay on a working ranch and participate in all of the farming and ranching duties. This is an unforgettable way to spend a few days of your North Dakota vacation, and provides fun for the whole family. Last but not least, check out one of the many North Dakota fairs or festivals, including the famous and annual North Dakota State Fair.
Last stop on your North Dakota vacation, Fargo! This small city is a center of tourism for the state and a must see city during your trip. In Fargo you can stroll through the downtown area, shop and dine and stay at one of the many lodging options. Check out the Celebrity Walk of Fame, where celebrities have signed their names or made imprints in the sidewalk. And if you’re on a family vacation, be sure to bring the kids to the Fargo Air Museum.
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Jamestown, North Dakota Sight-Seeing Tours - Family orientated annual covered wagon train, usually held in late June. Incorporated and held since 1969. Fort Seward, Inc. is probably one of North Dakota's best kept secerts. Nightly campfires, hands on experience, singing, skits, family camping.
United States, North Dakota Campgrounds & RV Parks - North Dakota Accommodation: Campgrounds/RV Parks
United States, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - North Dakota Accommodation: Hotels & Resorts
Grand Forks, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - The Canad Inns - Destination Center Grand Forks includes a 200 guest room tower, a 40, 000 sq. Ft. Splasher's of the South Seas Indoor Waterpark, an AALTOS
Fargo, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - The Fargo Holiday Inn is located at the intersection of two major Interstates, I-29 and I-94, approximately eight miles from the Hector International Airport.
Minot, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - The Holiday Inn Express and Suites is located on the south side of Minot and is within a mile of Dakota Square Mall and local restaurants.
Fargo, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - The Super 8 Fargois located one mile away from NDSU, two miles away from the West Acres Mall, and five miles away from Bonanza Ville USA.
Fargo, North Dakota Hotels & Resorts - The hotel is located off 19th Ave. N across from the FargoDome, North Dakota State University and the Technology Park.
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