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This city on North Dakota’s eastern border beckons with sophisticated food, cool shops and classy accommodations. Check out our trip guide for ideas on what to do, where to eat and where to stay.
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I love to act like a smart tourist on return visits to my hometown of Fargo, North Dakota (235 miles northwest of Minneapolis). Here...

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There are thousands of Midwest attractions worth seeing, but when you only get one lifetime to see it all, you’ve gotta be a little choosy. This list of 100 things to do features our top tips for...
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Mammoths, bison ... and minted lamb burgers? You can find them all in North Dakota's capital city, where a $51 million expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center...

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I agree completely with North Dakota’s designation as the ...

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If life finds you at the far edge of the United States, up by Bottineau, North Dakota, plan to have your feet in two worlds: literally, at a 2,300-acre border-crossing garden, and figuratively,...
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Home to North Dakota State University, Fargo packs in thoughtful museums, independent stores and peaceful spaces.
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The Missouri River runs wild as it cuts through rugged valleys and high plains, inspiring adventurers to travel the trails blazed by the great tribes and Lewis and Clark.
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Cowboy-themed, family-oriented Medora makes a great base for a visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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Medora makes a good base to explore the badlands of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Other things to do in the area include seeing the Burning Hills Amphitheatre’s Medora Musical and biking the Maah...

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