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International Peace Garden

Flower displays and four 100-foot pillars highlight the International Peace Garden near Bottineau, North Dakota.

Sheyenne River National Scenic Byway

Follow a winding road along the Sheyenne River National Scenic Byway.

Rock formations

Beautiful rock formations can be found in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Explore the park on foot, bike or horseback.

Cowboy reflection

A cowboy works his lasso at Knife River Ranch in Golden Valley, North Dakota.

Ranch horses

Ranch horses run on open land in Golden Valley, North Dakota.

Brilliant sunflowers

Field of sunflowers are a common sight across North Dakota in mid to late summer. North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota grow more than 85 percent of the U.S. crop.

Fort Abraham Lincoln

Take a walk back in time when you visit Fort Abraham Lincoln in Mandan, North Dakota.

Little Missouri State Park

Flowers aren't the only thing you will see on a visit to Little Missouri State Park in the Killdeer Mountains of North Dakota. This park is known for some of the most picturesque badlands scenery in the state.

National park camping

Pitch a tent in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

In flight

Explore prime bird-watching locations near Missouri River Breaks Lodge in Williston, North Dakota.

Misty Missouri River

The Missouri River flows through North Dakota, creating scenic views of the countryside.

Rugged explorers

Horseback and hiking trails lead explorers deep into North Dakota's Little Missouri State Park.

 

Fort Union Trading Post

See Native American teepees at the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site near Williston, North Dakota. 

Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo—North Dakota's largest urban area—offers visitors a variety of attractions, including the 1926 Fargo Theatre that hosts live performances and film showings.

International Peace Garden

Flower displays and four 100-foot pillars highlight the International Peace Garden near Bottineau, North Dakota.

Maah Daah Hey Trail

One of the best ways to see the rugged North Dakota badlands is to bike the Maah Daah Hey Trail.

Wheat fields

Golden wheat fields surround a church near Stanton, North Dakota.

Wildlife watching

Watch for elk when visiting Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This elk is part of a private herd maintained by the Medora Foundation.

Little Missouri National Grasslands

A field of prairie grass glows against a blue sky in the Little Missouri National Grasslands.

Chateau de Mores State Historic Site

Tour the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site to explore the 26-room 1880s home of the founder of Medora, North Dakota.

Medora Musical

The Medora Musical, performed at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre, pays tribute to the Old West.

Foggy badlands view

Fog rolls into the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

Fargo Air Museum

Learn about vintage aircraft at the Fargo Air Museum in Fargo, North Dakota.

Vintage display

Vintage hightops hang on a wall at the Old School Bed and Breakfast in Arnegard, North Dakota. The B&B operated as a school from 1915 to 1963.

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