The Midwest state of North Dakota is known for its abundance of state parks, outdoor activities, history and culture.
If it’s adventures in natural surroundings that you’re after, go to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, where you can spot animals such as bison, elk and deer roaming around the rugged parkland. The park is an amazing place for a spot of camping or hiking, and you can also go canoeing in its rivers.
When in North Dakota, pay a visit to the city of Fargo, which is known for its stunning displays of Native American art at the Plains Art Museum. For more of a culture fix, visit the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum in Bismarck, where you can find out more about the area’s geologic prehistory and early peoples.
The best time to visit North Dakota is in the summer, when you can enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities on offer.
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