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North Dakota Travel Vacation Guide

North Dakota

North Dakota Vacation Rentals

North Dakota will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like North Dakota bed and breakfast to a cozy North Dakota condo - this state offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in North Dakota

From scenic national parks, to the longest historic trails in the country, North Dakota is a true paradise for every nature enthusiast. Fans of history will find numerous museums and monuments in the state's capital Bismarck while those who like great outdoors will enjoy fishing, hiking, geocaching and more.

Killdeer Mountains Four Bears Scenic Byway

One of the best ways for North Dakota cabin guests to explore this beautiful state is by taking a ride through one of its scenic byways. From the Killdeer Mountains to the Little Missouri River and Badlands, Four Bears Scenic Byway provides tourists with amazing landscapes and numerous historic sites such as Lost Bridge, Four Bears Museum and Crow Flies High Butte.

North Dakota Firefighters Museum

Those who like firefighting shouldn't miss the North Dakota Firefighting Museum which is dedicated entirely to preserving rich traditions and heritage of this noble occupation. It also presents stories of courageous firefighters of the North Dakota state.

Fort Ransom State Park

Located in the stunning Sheyenne River Valley, Fort Ransom State Park is an excellent place to visit with the family. Campsites, hiking trails and an amphitheater are some of the park attractions. This stunning place also offers canoeing in the summer and snowmobiling during the winter among other sports.

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail

Nature enthusiasts should visit Lewis and Clark Trail. It runs thought eleven states and is accessible from Bismarck in North Dakota. Visitors will be able to see Cottonwood forests of the Missouri Valley and visit numerous other attractions such as Cross Ranch State Park and Lewis and Clark Steamboat Company among others.


While in North Dakota, traveling to its capital city is a must. Tourists can visit the tallest building in the state, the capitol and other attractions include Bismarck Art and Galleries Association, Camp Hancock historic site, Dakota Zoo and Old Governor's Mansion.

World Known Top Events in the State of North Dakota

Norsk Hostfest
Minot, Sept. 29-Oct. 3

The Medora Musical
Medora, May 29-Sept. 6