North Dakota

North Dakota State Travel Guide

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According to abbreviationfinder, the state of North Dakota borders the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan to the north of the United States, Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, and Montana to the west. According to countryaah, the larger cities such as Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot can only be reached from Amsterdam with (at least) one stopover.


Fargo is the largest city in the US state of North Dakota. The University of North Dakota is located here and has played an important role in the city’s cultural offerings. You now have a wide variety of museums, theaters and events to choose from during your stay. Sporting events and festivals are very popular in the student city. In addition, there are even more areas that you can enjoy during your stay in the city. It is nice to rent a car and visit these places.

The Plains Art Museum is the state’s largest art museum. Here you can admire art in special forms. There are permanent collections, but also temporary collections that change throughout the year. That is often contemporary art that is exhibited there. The Red River Zoo is open between May and September. More than 300 animals live here. Red pandas and wolves, among others, have found a home here. The Fargo Walk of Fame, like Hollywood, has a special monument to the superstars. There are already more than 100 stars on the sidewalk. Every step is an experience in itself.

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If you want a vacation full of peace and quiet, North Dakota is the place to be. You will need a rental car to get around the US state during your stay. The east is where farming takes place, as here are all fertile fields and flat landscapes. But the wild west can still be experienced here. The best time to visit the state is during spring and summer, as winter can be quite harsh. If you do go around this time, you should take the cold into account and dress warmly.

Theodore Roosevelt used to spend a lot of time in the state and even owned a ranch there. Thanks to him, a number of national parks have also been established that you can now visit. The parks are there to protect nature and keep it intact. The Rocky Mountains are highly recommended during your visit. This is in the west and if you travel here you will also get to see some of the prairies. You will not soon forget these areas in the wilderness.


By train (AMTRAK), Fargo, Devils Lake and Minot can be reached from Seattle and Chicago with the Empire Builder. For more information, please contact Incento Travel, the Dutch agent for AMTRAK: [email protected] and .


Transport North Dakota is mainly a state to travel by car. For information about prices and availability, see your travel agency or Hertz: tel.: 020-2013512 and internet: (general) or (in the Netherlands).

Climate and best travel time

North Dakota has a typical continental climate, with particularly warm summers and harsh winters with lots of snow. The best time to travel is from May to September.

North Dakota