North Dakota is a state in the US situated in Great Plains and is bordered on the east with Minnesota, in the west with Montana, in the south by South Dakota and in the north by the Canadian provinces. North Dakota is considered to be the 39th state and was admitted to the Union in 1889. It is a very large state but is scarcely populated. Main settlement in the state is that of farmers. The population of the state has hardly changed over the years but the change of the culture and habits have changed drastically from rural to urban; the ratio shows a very high change.
North Dakota is considered to be a significant state of Native Americans; it has some holy sites that are known to be very important for Native American History. But is has been reported lately that these sites are been misused most of the times by tourist. It is said that North Dakota have been yet be untouched and most of the holy sites are yet left to be discovered.
In order to spend some quality time in North Dakota you should be well aware of some key facts for the travel such as the currency used is USD and the local language is English. You need to have a valid passport and a proper visa for roaming around North Dakota.
North Dakota is one of the perfect places to spend some great time with your friends and families and can have a relaxation time along with some enjoyable outdoor seasonal activities like fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding and snowmobiling. When it comes to outdoor activities North Dakota is the best one to beat off. No matter if it is a bicycle or binoculars adventure it is always awaiting here in North Dakota. Only one need to name the adventure and the sport is there from serene to extreme you will find everything in the state.
There is lot of agricultural adventure also to experience. The discovery of Ranches, Farms & Gardens will be an exhilarating experience. You can either take a seat from a saddle or just can stop down and appreciate the greenery, the golden amber waves of grains and the immense modern farm equipment.
Some individual tribes have also left there traits in the state, there distinct origin, language and culture. Some of these tribes are Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, the Yanktonai, Sisseton, Wapheton, Hunkpapa and other Dakotah. The Indians are united by core beliefs and values and they respect the earth. They have a unique understanding of human nature and their relationship with nature. Many visitors are encouraged to explore this place and explore the beauty of Indian Culture.
North Dakota is the least visited state in the US, but there is something yet to be found for those who are willing to get into the unknown part of the state. It is at times said to be the living proof and there is a lot to see and do in the off beaten path of tourist and in the small towns. There are many outdoor activities throughout the year: hiking, camping, biking, boating, fishing, photography, sailing, tubing, hunting, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, archery and many more activities. If anyone fancies disc golf you will find fourteen regulation courses in the state. If you are a nature lover you can simply take a drive to the scenic beauty through hills and lakes and badlands or plains. There are a few ancient frontier forts to see. There are numerous species of animals, birds, fish and wildflowers.
|Things to Do||Type and Address|
|Steamboat Warehouse State Historic Marker||Landmarks – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site||Landmarks – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Fantasy of Lights Parade||Things To Do – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame||Museums – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Japanese Garden||Gardens – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Five Nations Art Museum||Art Museums – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Lewis and Clark Riverboat||Things To Do – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Matah Adventures Canoe Rental Guide Service||Kayaking – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Fort Lincoln Trolley||Things To Do – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Dakota Zoo||Zoos and Aquariums – Bismarck, North Dakota|
|Bison Sports Arena||Fargo Sport in North Dakota|
|Bully Pulpit Golf Course
||Medora Golf in North Dakota|
|Cedar Canyon Spa||Medora Massage and Spa in North Dakota|
|Lewis & Clark Riverboat||Bismarck Boating in North Dakota|