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About North Dakota

North Dakota, the 39th state in the USA and the 19th largest in area, is a picturesque and lively tourist destination. Surrounded by major attractions in all directions—Minnesota on the East, Montana on the West, Saskatchewan and Manitoba on the North and South Dakota on the South, it has been a great source of attraction for tourists the world over. With a continental climate with cold winters and hot summers, it has national parks, gardens, lakes, museums, and many historical sites.

The activities commonly practiced here include hiking, golfing, canoeing, kayaking, camping, boating, etc. For the accommodations of tourists, there are various types of vacation home rentals in North Dakotavillas, cottages, condos, cabins, chalets and apartments. They all are well-furnished and equipped with all the modern facilities and amenities.

Why Visit North Dakota?

It is a perfect destination for those who, who want to see the true picture of nature—incredible weather conditions, amazing sunsets, brighter stars, lightning storms, gorgeous winter, rainbows during the summer season and different species of wildlife.

Things to Visit in North Dakota

Both natural and man-made attractions have made North Dakota one of the best destinations not only in the US but the world over. Those that have taken most tourists breath away include the following:

Maah Daah Hey Trail: Spread over 140 miles of land, it has the Little Missouri River Valley, Badlands and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It is also famous as the best-kept secret of North Dakota. It is a perfect place for adventurers, such as horseback riders, bikers and hikers. Tourists can navigate the whole route in 10 days and enjoy day trips.

Lake Sakakawea: Located in the west-central part of North Dakota, it is the largest reservoir in the state. It has 1,500 miles of shoreline and is a very popular place among tourists. The activities that are common here are motor boating, kayaking, sailing and fishing. Lake Sakakawea State Park and Fort Stevenson are the two state parks located near this lake.

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park: This is a great place for tourists to dive into history, hike trails and enjoy nightlife near water. It also throws light on military history through its reconstructed buildings. The recreational activities include horseback riding, biking and hiking. It has a campground near the Missouri River, furnished with toilets and showers.

Scandinavian Heritage Park: Located in Minot, this attraction offers a unique insight into different aspects of Scandinavian culture in various countries— Iceland, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. It has many statues, replica buildings and many other interesting things. Besides, there are the replicas Gol Stave Church, Danish windmill and a Finnish sauna. Tourists should take photographs of these replicas to store memories.

Plains Art Museum: Located in Fargo, this grand museum has an amazing collection of works done by both national and regional artists. Here, tourists can see traditional American Indian art, contemporary art and traditional folk art. The museum also has gardens that enhance the beauty of this museum. Family and youth programs are also organized here.  

Beaches near North Dakota

Beaches are the best places in North Dakota for tourists to cool off. During the summer seasons, beaches give them respite from the scorching sun. Beaches that are popular among tourists include the following:

Lake Oahe: Located on the Missouri River, it is one of the best beaches in both North and South Dakota. With over 50 recreational areas and 2,250 miles of shoreline, it gives a good chance to tourists relax. Swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing are enjoyable activities here.

Lake Renwick: This is a place, where tourists can spend their sunny afternoon under oak trees. They can also a dip in the water or enjoy a boat tour. Gunlogson Homestead and Nature Preserve, which is a 200-acre wooded area, is a great attraction for tourists here.

Lake Tschida: Located in the Heart River regions, this beach has ten campgrounds and is a wonderful place for anyone to cool his or her jets. The activities that can be enjoyed during the summer season include picnicking, camping, water skiing, boating and swimming. The amenities include picnic tables, shelters, restrooms, etc.

Devil’s Lake: This beach offers you many things to enjoy apart from the lush greenery. Tourists can enjoy the wonderful shoreline experience here. The two chief activities of this beach include sunbathing and swimming.

Best Time to Visit North Dakota

The best time to visit North Dakota in term of weather, safety and tourism is from May 14th to September 30th.  During this time, the weather remains warm and there is the least chance of snowfall and rainfall.  Hence, tourists can enjoy the best time of their lives.

How to Visit North Dakota?

North Dakota can be easily visited from any part of the world without hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here include Bismarck Municipal Airport, Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, Hector International Airport and Grand Forks International Airport. The local means of transportation include bus, car, train and tram services.

Vacation Home Rentals in North Dakota

Find American Rentals, one of the best North Dakota vacation rentals by owner, provides no booking fee vacation rentals to tourists at affordable prices. Tourists can get in touch with it 24X7 to book their accommodations.