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Under an endless blue sky are idyllic landscapes, small villages and endless wheat fields. The huge undeveloped river areas still look almost like they did in the 19th century.
North Dakota – also known as the “Peace Garden State” or “Sioux State” – is located in the north of the USA, directly on the border with Canada. The fact that the Indians played a major role in this state can be seen from the name of the state. The name “Dakota” is derived from the Sioux word for “friend”.
The name “Peace Garden State” comes from the international Peace Garden, which is located directly on the border between North Dakota and Manitoba in Canada. The state surprises its visitors with a variety of natural beauties such as Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Theodore Roosevelt National Park consists of a northern and a southern part, which are approximately 80 kilometers apart. The two parts are connected by hiking and riding trails and challenging mountain bike trails.
Highlights in North Dakota
- Little Missouri National Grassland
The Little Missouri National Grassland is located in western North Dakota. With 4,181 km² it is the largest in the state and part of the Dakota Prairie Grasslands.
- Theodore Roosevelt National Park
In recognition of Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, for the protection of landscape and animals, a memorial park was created in the Badlands North Dakotas in 1947, which was converted into a national park in 1978.
- Fort Berthold Indian Agency
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation is an Indian reservation in western North Dakota. Here is the home of the Arikara, Hidatsa and Mandan nations, also known as “The Three Tribes”.
- International Peace Garden near Kelvin
The International Peace Garden is located in northern North Dakota. This lovingly arranged park with its attractions has attracted many visitors every year since 1932.
- North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck
Experience North Dakota’s history from 600 million years ago to today. Go on a journey of discovery through time!
Cities worth seeing
Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota and one of the most important trade centers for wheat and livestock.
Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota and is located in the eastern part of the state on the border with Minnesota, in the Red River Valley. The city is proud of its three resident universities and its rich cultural offering.
In the middle of the Missouri National Grasslands lies the small town of Medora. The small western town is the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The famous Medora musical in western style is a great experience.
State Facts & Figures
Area: 183,112 km²
Population: approx. 684,000 (3.83 per km²)
Capital: Bismarck (approx.61,500 pe)
Highest point: White Butte (1,069 m)
State Bird: Western Meadowlark
State Flower: Wild Prairie Rose
State tree: American Elm
State animal: Nokota Horse
Taxes: State Sales Tax: 5.0%
Time zone: Mountain Standard & Central Time (CET – 8 or -7 hours)
Maximum speed: Interstates between 65 mph and 75 mph, other roads 55 mph
Int. Airport: Bismarck
Festivals & events in North Dakota
North Dakota hosts numerous events, concerts, festivals and other events every year that you shouldn’t miss as a visitor. For you we have listed the most important and most beautiful events that will enrich your vacation in Mount Rushmore State.
United Tribes Technical College
Bismarck, mid-September: The United Tribes Powwow, as the name suggests, is a gathering of many different tribes of Native Americans. Experience the colorful Grand Entry, where the peoples introduce themselves to the audience, see unique dance performances, sporting competitions or a singing competition that involves $ 10,000 in prize money.
Mandan Rodeo Days
Mandan, early July: Welcome to North Dakota’s largest rodeo! In addition to the riding competitions in various disciplines, you should also visit the Art in the Park festival, which takes place at the same time and shows local craftsmanship. Concerts, dancing, baseball and the biggest parade for Independence Day on July 4th complete the colorful program.
North Dakota State Fair
Minot, mid to late July: The North Dakota State Fair takes place annually in the north of North Dakota and is one of the state’s most popular events with well over 300,000 visitors. At the fair, exhibitors from various areas show their products. You can also watch a stock car race, attend concerts or marvel at the rodeo and bullriding.
Fargo, mid-May: The Fargo Marathon will take place for the 13th time in 2017. A colorful supporting program awaits runners who compete in many classes. From the Cyclothon to the Furgo Dog Run and the Largest Kid’s Race to the running distances of 5 kilometers to the full marathon, there is the right offer for every athlete.