North Dakota

Great adventures begin in the state's rugged backcountry and end with the creature comforts in Medora and Fargo, Explore travel ideas such as the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora, Fargo, Minot, Jamestown and more.

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Why Birding Matters—Now More Than Ever

A birder in North Dakota nurtures diversity— both of the creatures who inhabit our wild spaces, and of the people who come to enjoy them.

Sunflower Seed Mailboxes Pop Up In North Dakota Fields

North Dakota Tourism has added a special surprise for sunflower lovers this year—mailboxes with free edible sunflower seeds.

Back Road: North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A century after Theodore Roosevelt died, his legacy lives on at his namesake national park in North Dakota.

9 Can't-Miss Photo Ops in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Colorful landscapes, wildlife encounters, and jaw-dropping views make North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park a photographer’s dream. If you visit, make sure to capture these photo ops.

Back Road: Curry on the Prairie

Entrepreneurial immigrants bring the flavors of their native lands to restaurants in the Heartland.
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36 Hours in Medora and Theodore Roosevelt National Park

The rugged North Dakota badlands complement the laid-back charm of tiny Medora for a getaway that promises awe-inspiring views, comfortable accommodations, cowboy eats and even a musical revue.

Things to Do in Minot, North Dakota

Once nicknamed the "Magic City" for its rapid growth in the late 1800s, Minot today is a city of 40,000 that serves as a trading center for north-central North Dakota. Things to do include visiting the Scandinavian Heritage Park and attending the annual Norsk Hostfest, the continent's largest Scandinavian festival.

What It's Like To: Ride The Maah Daah Hey Trail

Our Executive Editor rides the Maah Daah Hey Bike Trail, a rugged 117-mile bicycle journey through the hills of southwest North Dakota.