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ND Tourism - News
Some of America's most inspiring adventurers, including Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea and Theodore Roosevelt, left footprints i
Expand your mind in North Dakota in February
ND Tourism - News
Buddy, Roy, the Gravedigger and Karl. What are all of these guys doing in North Dakota in February? They’re here to entertain
Root River Valley
Minnesota Travel
Lanesboro (120 miles southeast of the Twin Cities) stands at the heart of the area's paved multi-use trails, including the 42-mile Root River Valley Trail and the 18-mile Harmony-Preston Trail. Many travelers bring their own bikes, but you also can r
The Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota
Learn about the American Bison
If you are anywhere near Jamestown North Dakota on your next vacation, consider visiting the National Buffalo Museum. If you are travelling along I 94, perhaps on your way to or from Bismarck or Fargo, ND take advantage of a great place to both s
'I Love Fishing Devils Lake in July'
ND Tourism - News
When a guide with 21 years on-the-water experience speaks about his home water and says, "I love Devils Lake in July," fishermen listen. Aaron
Experts Predict Excellent May Fishing on Devils Lake
ND Tourism - News
For the first time in memory, two dramatic weather occurrences - no incoming water and early ice out - will produce "hot" May fishing in Devils Lake.
Picture Yourself at Theodore Roosevelt National Park During National Park Week
ND Tourism - News
Springtime is upon us and Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the perfect place to visit and explore during National Park Week, April 21 - 29. Visits to the park during this annual celebration will be free, as the National Park Service is offering f
North Dakota Birds - 6 Legendary ways to spread your wings in North Dakota
ND Tourism - News
Let your inner adventurer take flight in North Dakota. Regardless of whether you like to just look at birds, shoot for birdies or look at them through your sights, North Dakota has a bountiful crop of birds and birdies. We challenge you to try these
10 legendary places to enjoy winter in North Dakota
by ND Tourism - News on 30 Dec 2008
Don't look at winter as a reason to stay inside and pass the time. Instead, look at it as a chance to get outside and do things you can't do n
bighorn sheep status in North Dakota
by North Dakota Outdoors and beyond on 7 Oct 2008
The bighorn sheep population in North Dakota’s badlands is thriving, according to Brett Wiedmann, big game biologist for the state Game and Fish Department. An August-September survey in western North Dakota showed 316 sheep. “We count all
North Dakota Travel Let us suggest some creative and imaginative ideas that may enhance your journey through this marvelous area. In addition to offering some very useful guides and recommendations to help you plan the traditional vacation, we encourage everyone to explore some lesser known destinations. We believe that a bit of wandering and rambling about are tonics for the human spirit
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