North Dakota’s wide-open spaces offer unlimited opportunities to become part of the adventure. Design your tour to include Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the International Peace Garden, our scenic byways and historic sites.
See buffalo, wild horses and loveable prairies dogs in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and include the park ranger’s presentation at Teddy Roosevelt’s Maltese Cross Cabin.
Stand in two nations at one time at the breathtaking International Peace Garden on the border between North Dakota and Manitoba, Canada. Take a scenic drive through the Turtle Mountains or Pembina Gorge or along one of the state’s 10 scenic byways and backways. Share in many cultures that include Native American, Scandinavian, Ukrainian, and German and festivals and celebrations like the Ukrainian Festival, United Tribes International Powwow and Norsk Høstfest, the largest Scandinavian Festival in North America.
Release your adventurous side as you hike, ride horses, canoe, dogsled or dig fossils in the great outdoors.
A city visit includes eclectic restaurants, bustling downtowns, welcoming boutiques, antiques and shopping centers. Summer months brings history to life at bonanza farms, frontier forts, earthlodge villages, cavalry encampments and musical productions. Notable “news”include an expansion to State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck and the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center at Washburn.