North Dakota Hotels

North Dakota is a state full of fascinating history. Walk in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, Sitting Bull or Sacajawea, and discover many of the challenges that these people faced in the early days of American history. From Old West towns to beautiful, natural scenery, North Dakota is a wonderful place to explore.

North Dakota played a large role in the western expansion that occurred in the nineteenth century. Visit Medora, an authentic Old West town, or tour a few of the forts that were used by the American military during the period of expansion. Fort Abercrombie and Fort Abraham Lincoln were military posts that were used as gateways to the Dakota frontier. Fort Abraham Lincoln served as General Custer's command post and was used to aid the further expansion into western territory and the completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

There is also quite a bit of natural beauty to be found in North Dakota. Visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park for camping, hiking and horseback riding. The park is also a great spot to view wildlife, as North Dakota is one of the top bird watching destinations in the country. More outdoor beauty can be found at the International Peace Garden, which sits on the North Dakota-Manitoba border. This 2,300 acre garden is the world's largest unfortified border. Visitors can take in the beautiful landscapes and celebrate the peace that is shared between the two countries.

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