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Things To Do & See
Painted Canyon Visitor Center
Knife River Indian Villages
Historic Medora
Lewis And Clark Trail
Ranch Vacations
International Peace Garden
Fossil Sites & Activities
Grasslands
Camping
Winter Activities
Golfing
Zoos
Native American Culture & History

Painted Canyon Visitor Center
Stop here for one of the most magnificent views of the Badlands. Located in Theodore Roosevelt National Park the Painted Canyon Trail begins here and ends in a spectacular backdrop of muted purples, pinks and blues. "Nothing could be more lonely and nothing more beautiful than the view at nightfall across the prairies to these huge hill masses, when the lengthening shadows had at last merged into one and the faint after-glow of the red sunset filled the west." Theodore Roosevelt. [more...]

Knife River Indian Villages
Walk back in time to view the lifestyles of the Northern Plains Indians on the Upper Missouri. Explore the completely furnished, traditional Hidatsa Indian earthlodge. For nature lovers there are trails and other areas you can discover for watching birds, fishing or simply picnicking. [more...]

Historic Medora
Historic Medora is a very popular vacation destination of North Dakota. Situated on the edge of the North Dakota Badlands, the Medora offers a unique look into the history of North Dakota while giving you plenty of things to keep you entertained. As you are driving through North Dakota on Interstate-94, you won’t want to miss the Medora exit! [more...]

Lewis and Clark
Lewis and Clark are famous explorers that were sent on a mission by President Thomas Jefferson to explore the Missouri River between 1804 and 1806. [more...]

Ranch Vacations
Western North Dakota is home to the Badlands, Theodore Roosevelt National Park and several working ranches. While you are in the North Dakota area, why not experience what it is like to be a cowboy, and spend a week taking a "ranch vacation!" There are many ranches available for you to enjoy your western experience. [more...]

International Peace Garden
The International Peace Garden was created in 1932 and is located on the United States and Canadian borders of North Dakota and Manitoba. [more...]

Fossil Sites and Paleontological Activities
The Badlands of North Dakota are rich in history, which also makes them a popular paleontological dig site. In recent years, a 60-million year-old fossil site was discovered in these Badlands, near Medora. [more...]

National Grasslands
North Dakota is home to two National Grasslands – Little Missouri National Grasslands and Sheyenne National Grasslands. If you love nature and wildlife, you won’t want to miss visiting one (or both) of these Grasslands while you are in North Dakota. [more...]

Camping
A popular adventure in the spring, summer and fall months is camping. There are 17 state parks and recreation areas located in North Dakota, each of which have many outdoor activities. While you are camping, some of the activities you can enjoy are hiking, fishing, swimming, wildlife viewing, bird watching, photography, and more! Many of the state parks and recreation areas are located near National Historic Sites and other North Dakota attractions. For a complete list of state parks and recreation areas, you can contact the North Dakota Tourism Division at (800) 435-5663. [more...]

Winter Activities
Because of the long winter season of North Dakota, there are a number of winter activities available for your enjoyment. Downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing and snowmobiling are some of the main winter activities that are enjoyed each year by North Dakota residents and visitors. [more...]

Golfing
There are many challenging golf courses that are located in North Dakota. [more...]

Zoos
Though the wildlife in North Dakota is abundant and easy to spot in the many parks, recreation areas, grasslands and other nature areas of the state, you may want to visit a local zoo for an afternoon to see some other, more exotic animals. [more...]

Native American Culture and History
Throughout North Dakota, the culture and history of Native Americans is prevalent in many areas. Whether you attend an authentic Native American powwow, visit an area historic site or Native American village or tour the famous Lewis and Clark Trail, you will see the influence of the Native American culture in North Dakota. [more...]

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