I went to school in North Dakota. Even though very few people find the Dakotas travel worthy, to me these are beautiful lands. North Dakota has been part of the part of the United States for almost two centuries now since the Lewis-Clark expedition.
North Dakota spans a huge area. In the North are the Turtle Mountains. Rolette and Bottineau are under them. South of this area are the lakes and gardens, which include Ramsey, Ward, Sheridan, Towner, and Benson, among others. Even further south are the planes. Some of the counties in this area are Dickey, Barnes, Foster, Stutsman and McIntosh.
On the east of the state, there is the Red River Valley, along with Nelson, Pembina, Cavalier, Richland, etc. The far west of North Dakota is known as Badlands. The west of the state has several counties, including Adams, Oliver, Burke and Morton, among many others.
Bismarck is the capital city of the state. It acts as a base campsite for travelers to the state of North Dakota
Fargo and Grand Forks are home to universities. As such, they have a high student population, and because of that, there’s a lot of cultural diversity in these cities. Williston, Rugby, Jamestown, Devils Lake, Minot, Dickinson are other important cities with tourist spots.
North Dakota might be the least visited state, but it has many incredible sites waiting to be discovered. KVLY-TV Tower used to be the highest building in the world and it is located near Blanchard, for instance. Driving around is the easiest way to travel.
Other attractions include Theodore Roosevelt National Park, a must-visit historical site in a traveler’s itinerary. Beaver State Park in the south-central part of North Dakota, along with the International Peace Garden and Cross Ranch state park, are places where you can take in the beauty of nature or even take part in adventure sports, like skiing and kayaking.
There is an unending list of parks and museums in North Dakota, not to mention things to do. From Biking in the Turtle Mountains to Canoeing in treacherous rivers of Badlands, there are immense opportunities for every traveler to pursue their passion here.
December 9, 2016 6:21 pm
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