Top 5 Things to do in North Dakota

Top 5 Things to do in North Dakota

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3 Popular Attractions In North Dakota

  • International Peace Garden: Park on the North Dakota – Canada border.
  • North Dakota Facts

    • Geologically speaking Hillsboro is located in a large, flat, and ancient dried lake bottom surrounded by some of the most fertile farmland in the world.
    • Chartered in 1884 Jamestown College is the oldest independent college in the state.
    • Only one word is needed to describe Lake Sakakawea country – big. From the massive two-mile long Garrison Dam near Riverdale to the end of Lake Sakakawea near Williston, Lake Sakakawea is nearly 200 miles long with a shoreline of countless bays and inlets that cover 1,600 miles.
    • The International Peace Garden straddles the international Boundary between North Dakota and the Canadian province of Manitoba. In 1956 the North Dakota Motor Vehicle Department, on its own initiative, placed the words Peace Garden State on license plates; the name proved so popular that it was formally adopted by the 1957 legislature.
    Fargo, North Dakota
    City
    Downtown as seen from Main Avenue, facing east

    Downtown as seen from Main Avenue, facing east
    Official seal of Fargo, North Dakota

    Motto(s):

    Gateway to the West
    Location within Cass County

    Location within Cass County
    Fargo is located in North Dakota

    Fargo
    Fargo
    Location within North Dakota

    Fargo is located in the United States

    Fargo
    Fargo
    Location within the United States

    Coordinates:

    46°52′38″N 96°47′22″W / 46.87722°N 96.78944°W / 46.87722; -96.78944Coordinates: 46°52′38″N 96°47′22″W / 46.87722°N 96.78944°W / 46.87722; -96.78944 Country United States State North Dakota County Cass Founded 1871 Government

    •Mayor Tim Mahoney (D) Area

    •City 49.74sqmi (128.83km2) •Land 49.74sqmi (128.83km2) •Water 0.00sqmi (0.00km2) Elevation

    904ft (274m) Population

    •City 125,990 •Rank US: 224th
    ND: 1st •Density 2,506.12/sqmi (967.61/km2) •Urban

    176,676 (US: 194th) •Metro

    248,591 (US: 193rd) •Demonym

    Fargoan Time zone UTC-6 (CST) •Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT) ZIP Codes
    58102-58109, 58121-58122, 58124-58126
    Area code 701 FIPS code 38-25700 GNIS feature ID 1028945[2] Highways I-29, I-94, I-94 Bus., US 10, US 52, US 81, US 81 Bus., ND 294 Website FargoND.Gov

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    Top 5 Things to do in North Dakota

    North Dakota is one of those states that tends to get overlooked when you're planning your next summer vacation. In fact if you asked most people what they know about this state all they could probably tell you is that it's above South Dakota. That's about all I knew before we purposefully planned a trip there to take in some of the sights and sounds. So here are our top 5 things to do in North Dakota. This list is by no means exhaustive, we only barely scratched the surface of this great state. Let us know in the comments if we missed your favorite North Dakota attraction.

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    10 thoughts on “Top 5 Things to do in North Dakota

    1. As is usually the case we had far too little time in this great state! These were our top 5, but we know North Dakota has much more to offer! What are your favorite ND places to visit?

    2. How long do you recommend to stay in Medora? We are planning a trip later this summer (just the parents!)

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