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Visiting North Dakota
The Roughrider State doesn't make it rough on spring and summer visitors looking for things to see and do. Outdoor adventures abound in parks like Little Missouri Bay State Park, and communities from Williston to Bismarck to Fargo are gearing up for a season full of special events, fairs, festivals, and more. It's time to plan your summer visit to North Dakota.
With winter white but a memory, it's time to get back out on the green. Take advantage of North Dakota's mild summer weather golfing at one of the state's numerous top-flight golf courses. Players in Dickinson are especially spoiled – the Bully Pulpit Golf Course is just minutes away, nestled in the lush Little Missouri National Grasslands on the banks of the Little Missouri River. It's a scenic way to practice your swing, to say the least.
The 2016 Roughrider Days Fair & Expo are a summer highlight in Dickinson. From June 24th through July 4th, the Roughrider Days bring tons of fun for the whole family to venues all across town. Don't miss 4H livestock and agricultural exhibits, a parade, and all sorts of PRCA rodeo action, all culminating in a fantastic fireworks display on the evening of the Fourth of July. Check the local listings for specific event times during your visit.
Held July 12th through 17th, the 2016 Red River Valley Fair offers tons of quintessential summertime fun at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in Fargo. This year's theme is "Turn It Up!" as the fair draws big crowds with fair staples like midway rides and games, fried food, and livestock exhibition, along with concerts by the likes of Three Days Grace and Big & Rich, and high-octane racing action at the Red River Valley Speedway.
And there's even more fair fun in store in Minot. The 2016 North Dakota State Fair is July 22nd through 30th, with scores of family-favorite fair staples and performances by Kenny Chesney, KISS, Fall Out Boy, and more. It all goes down at the North Dakota State Fair Center, just minutes south of Minot International Airport.
Find a sense of the region's rich history by being a part of the 2016 United Tribes International Powwow. It's one of North Dakota's largest annual events, with more than 70 Native American tribes in attendance at the Lone Star Arena in Bismarck. Bring the family and learn about centuries-old traditions through conferences, performances, dances, and even food, September 8th through 11th.
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