Welcome to North Dakota, where you start your journey to "legendary". We invite you to channel your inner explorer and experience all there is to see and do in our great state; from outdoor activities like hiking, fishing and golfing to history and culture; from birding to biking.
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Road Tripping is Even Better in October.
Exploring Fall foliage in your state? Want to see how the leaves will be turning during your trip? This prediction map from smokeymountains.com is a great way to discover the colors of fall!
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Roger Maris Museum
The Roger Maris Museum is dedicated to this hero of modern day baseball. The museum contains all manner of memorabilia related to Roger Maris and is a great place to reminisce about baseball.
See the Badlands
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a home to bison, elk and prairie dogs, but probably most awe-inspiring are its views of the Badlands from the overlook of Painted Canyon. Comprised of unique rock formations formed from millions of years of sedimentary buildup and erosion, the Badlands of North Dakota truly must be seen to be believed. Enjoy hiking and nature at its finest in this over 100 mile park.
Drive the Enchanted Highway
Want to give the kids a dose of culture, but can't get to an art museum? Take a drive down the Enchanted Highway! The Enchanted Highway is a collection of the world's largest scrap metal sculptures displayed along a 32-mile stretch of highway in the southwestern part of North Dakota. Be sure to pull over for a photo opp, or two!
Red River Zoo
Featuring exotic and native animals from areas around the world with similar climates to the Red River Valley, the 22-acre Red River Zoo specializes in the care and breeding of some of the world's rarest cold climate species.
Road Trip Back in Time
Bonanzaville, USA's Museum and Village will provide you and your family enjoyment and education as your explore the history of the region. Spread across 12 acres, the Village features 41 buildings providing an insight into earliest settlers, how they lived, and the challenges they faced.
Can you Keep a Secret?
That's OK! We can't either! The Maah Daah Hey trail is North Dakota's self-proclaimed "best kept secret" showcasing some of the most unique and breathtaking terrain. From plateaus, to jagged peaks and valleys, from large expanses of prairie to intertwining rivers this system offers a taste of pure, unadulterated badlands to the most adventurous among us.