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North Dakota is a landlocked part of America in the Midwest region. This state is well known for its agricultural production of wheat, canola, peas, and beans nationwide. This state got nicknamed heaven on earth and peace garden state.
North Dakota has an inspiring beauty with a wide range of landscapes, native culture, and wildlife. Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Maah Daah Hey Trail, Medora, Grand Forks, Sather Lake, historic museums & amusement parks, and casinos are notorious places for tourists in North Dakota. June to October are the best months to visit North Dakota because this is the time of summer and there are a lot of out-of-door activities to do here.
Hot beef, turkey sandwiches, cheese button, kuchen, Kneophla, walleye, cactus bread, and strawberry pies are the known foods of North Dakota. Bismarck, the capital state of the city, is known for its recreational sites like the Dakota zoo and Missouri river. Fargo, Minot, and Watford are the megacities of North Dakota.
Bear's Den Mountain Ski Resort Offering 290 vertical/runs to 2000 ft. With natural and manmade snow ski or snowboard all season at Bears Den Mountain. Our runs are groomed daily. We offer a chairlift, T-Bar and beginners rope tow. Warm up in the chalet with a cup of hot chocolate or enjoy
We have something for everyone. Enjoy your day skiing or snowboarding on a wide variety of terrain from the beginner's Southside area to ungroomed expert glade runs and race courses, with skiing and riding for all abilities at very affordable prices. Five lifts will speed you to the top to
Over 200 animals and birds of 60 different species including otters, bison, monkeys, gibbon apes, camels, snow leopards, black bears, wallabies, cougars, gemsbok, llamas, elk and Siberian tigers, make the zoo their home. Also "Grandpa's Little Zoo" is a very popular hands-on educational ar
This 13,400 sq. ft. museum contains 11 full-scale dinosaurs in the museum displayed in a Triassic-Cretaceous time continuum and 3 full-scale dinosaurs outside. The exhibit includes a real Triceratops skeleton and one of the best Triceratops skulls ever found. New exhibits include a baby-si
The Zoo offers a variety of other fun things to do while visiting the 600+ animals that call Dakota Zoo their home. Hop on board the Tribune Express or the Leach Express and take a 20-minute train ride through the Zoo to learn more about some of the furry and feathered friends you'll view.
Frost Fire Ski and Snow Board Area has such stats as: Lifts: Triple Chair - Double Chair. Vertical: 350 foot vertical drop. Snowmaking: 100% snowmaking coverage. Slopes: 2 Beginner - 4 Intermediate, 4 Advanced. Terrain Park: rails - table top curbs - fun boxes, Half Pipe, Tubing Area.
Step into a reconstructed earthlodge and imagine boiling buffalo meat in a clay pot or pounding corn with a mortar and pestle. View the artistry of everyday and ceremonial clothing, bags, and implements. Listen to memories of traditional Hidatsa Indian life, then walk to Sakakawea Village
The refuge is a land of rolling hills mantled in short-grass and mixed grass prairie interspersed with numerous wetlands. Established to preserve a unique wildlife habitat, Lostwood is an important link in our nation's system of National Wildlife Refuges.There is an auto tour available of
Raging Rivers Waterpark and SpeedWorld Golf & Games is a family entertainment complex offering a full day of family fun featuring five major attractions...a water park, sprint car & grand prix go-cart tracks, mini-golf, lazer tag and video arcade, all located in a safe and friendly
The Red River Zoo site started with only seven trees and a few old farm buildings, the featureless land has since been transformed into areas of beautifully landscaped exhibits, rolling hills and a series of five ponds connected by flowing streams. Over five hundred trees and shrubs have b
The Roosevelt Park Zoo has more than 200 mammals, birds and reptiles. They also have a wonderful Children's zoo, education center, gift shop, Discovery Gallery and Concessions. There is a new, incredible otter exhibit, the exhibit is amazing, with under water viewing and a powerful waterfa
Theodore Roosevelt first came to the badlands in September 1883 on a hunting trip. While here he became interested in the cattle business and invested in the Maltese Cross Ranch. He returned the next year and established the Elkhorn Ranch. Years later he stated several times, "I never woul