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Visiting North Dakota
The sprawling and diverse landscape found across North Dakota will yield impressive adventures for all who visit. Plan your next trek through the Roughrider State for late 2016 or early 2017, and discover a wealth of premier attractions, can’t-miss events, fun festivals, and so much more.
From Williston, out in the northwestern corner of the state, to Fargo, found along the ND-MN border along Interstate 94, North Dakota is loaded with exciting, and often historic, things to see and do. When you swing through Dickinson be sure to explore the Dickinson Museum Center, ideal for families – they’ll be hosting their inaugural Christmas Market on December 3rd from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dickinson’s Southwest Speedway is a premier auto-racing venue in North Dakota, and they’ll kick off their 2017 season on April 30th. Few dirt tracks across the state can offer up as much full-throttle excitement as the Southwest Speedway.
Any visit to North Dakota during the fall or winter should include a stay in Minot. Along with some truly must-visit attractions, and welcoming locals, Minot in late 2016 will be all about MSU Beavers – college football is back in action.
The Minot State University Beavers will play a rigorous 2016 schedule, with games slated through the mid-November. Some of the Marquee matchups for the Beavers include University of Minnesota at Duluth on October 8th, and the University of Mary on November 12th – the last game of the year, and also what is billed as the “Battle of the Big Lake.”
Throughout North Dakota’s sprawl, you’ll discover a wealth of charming cities and towns, and heaps of pleasant and inviting locals. One of the premier destinations in North Dakota is, without question, Bismarck. ND’s capital city and hub of entertainment and tourism, Bismarck will no doubt yield fun-filled days thanks to a generous amount of excellent attractions, and a sterling events schedule in late 2016 and early 2017.
For those who like to hit the slopes, the Huff Hills Ski Area is a must-visit. Found in Mandan, just to the south of Bismarck, Huff Hills features a vertical rise of more than 450 feet, with its longest run measuring in at 3,960 feet. There are four chair lifts at Huff Hills, and the winter ski season typically starts in mid-December.
Schedule your early-2017 visit to Bismarck for the weekend of April 29th and check out the annual Missouri River InterCultural Festival. Held at the Gateway Mall near downtown Bismarck, this culture-fest is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will feature a wide range of international foods, music, dancing, entertainment, and more.
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