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Birding Drives Dakota

These birding drives are situated in the heart of the Prairie Pothole Region and are designed to take birders of all levels to areas that boast such prairie species as Baird's, LeConte's and Nelson's Sharptail Sparrows, and Chestnut Collared Longspurs. The drives will take birders to these refuges and other birding "hot spots": author-Darrell Gulin

Arrowwood NWR logo Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge

The Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge is a popular recreation destination that annually hosts thousands of visitors. Activities not expressly permitted are prohibited. If you have questions about permitted activities please contact the Refuge Manager.

Chase Lake NWR Chase Lake NWR

Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge, lying 15 miles northwest of Medina in North Dakota's famous prairie pothole country, was established as one of the country's first wildlife refuges in 1908 by executive order of President Theodore Roosevelt. The refuge was established primarily to protect the native American White Pelican, which was threatened by the uncontrolled shooting commonly practiced at the time. The Refuge is one of two wilderness refuges in North Dakota, and designated as one of America's 500 Most Important Bird Areas by the American Bird Conservancy (ABC).

Convention & Visitors Bureau

More Than You Expected Fargo-Moorhead CVB

The Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau exists to promote Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, Minnesota as a destination for visitors, tour groups, business travel, conventions, sporting events and trade shows. We promote and market all our community has to offer: excellent, affordable lodging, over 200 restaurants, shopping, great golf, unique attractions, year-round festivals, concerts, theatre and entertainment.

Our Visitors Center, the "Grain Elevator", located at exit 348 of Interstate 94 has bushels of information, maps, brochures and a gift shop. It is open year round so stop in and talk to our Visitor Center representatives. Be sure to see the new "Celebrity Walk of Fame" outside our Visitors Center with star signatures, hand and foot prints in cement opening late spring. Walk the Walk and see celebrities from movies, music, politics and literature like Neil Diamond, The Moody Blues, Trisha Yearwood, Dr. Ruth, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and George W. Bush.

Lewis & Clark


We invite you to "Re-live the Adventure" on the Lewis and Clark Trail.

We also have a store: Products bearing the Bicentennial Seal or titled as "Official" have agreed to product standards & royalty fees for future educational projects.

ND - Legendary North Dakota - Legendary

Welcome to North Dakota!
Pick up the trail of America's greatest legends in North Dakota, and you'll find yourself in a legendary adventure of your own. Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, George Custer, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt lived out larger-than-life adventures here. Whether you follow in their footsteps and rediscover the past or blaze your own trail and discover what makes North Dakota legendary today, you'll find wide-open spaces and wide-open fun!

This is the official Web site of the North Dakota Tourism Division. We hope you'll find this site helpful as you create a legendary adventure in our state. If you have any suggestions of how we can make it better, please e-mail them to us. Don't forget, if you don't find what you're looking for here, call one of our travel counselors at 1-800-HELLO-ND (1-800-435-5663). Thank you for visiting!

Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation

The Foundation is a nonprofit organization which manages and maintains Fort Mandan and the North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. Come to the website and see the "Lewis & Clark Journal Entry of the Day.

History Cooks

Home of the award-winning "Food Journal of Lewis & Clark." History Cooks features recipes, historical cookbooks for adults & kids, food history presentations & ideas for exploring food & culture.

Places to Visit

Medora, North Dakota

The West kicks up its heels at historic Medora, a unique mix of spectacular scenery, wildlife, outdoor adventure, entertainment, dining and shopping nestled in the beautiful North Dakota badlands. Authentic Western hospitality awaits you in Medora, where legends once lived, and their legacy lives on.


Visions of the Prairie

David Paukert is a photographer based in Michigan, North Dakota, specializing in photographs of the prairie. You'll find images that capture the open spaces and the feel of the prairie underneath your feet. Deceptively simple, each image has something to say about the time and the place where it was taken.

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Watch It Made In The U.S.A. Watch It Made In The U.S.A.

A visitor's guide to the best factory tours and company museums. Refer to www.factorytour.com for more information.

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