Many of us are trying to find getaway spots to beat cabin fever as we await spring. There is a wide variety of attractions for all interests, from historical sites to natural wonders.

Cool 98.7 FM logo
Get our free mobile app

Listed below are just a few of the many attractions and educational opportunities available to visitors to North Dakota.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park:


This national park is a popular destination for individuals who love spending time in nature. Beautiful driving and hiking pathways, as well as opportunities to observe animals, are available in the park. Views of bison, elk, and pronghorns in their native habitats are available to guests.



The Pitchfork Steak Fondue, the Cowboy Hall of Fame, and the Medora Musical are some of the many western-themed attractions that have made this small Badlands town famous. One historic landmark that visitors can explore is the Château de Mores State Historic landmark. Another is the Billings County Courthouse Museum.



Nearby attractions in the state capital include the Plains Art Museum, the Roger Maris Museum, and the Fargo Aviation Museum. Downtown Fargo is a great place to visit for shopping, dining, and nightlife.

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center:

attachment-Interpritive Center

You may learn about North Dakota's history and the Lewis and Clark Expedition at this museum in Washburn. Exhibits include Native American culture, interactive displays, and models of the vessels used in the voyage.

International Peace Garden:

attachment-Peace Garden

Located on the border between North Dakota and Manitoba, Canada, this garden is dedicated to promoting peace between the two nations. In addition to attending concerts and other events, guests can take a leisurely stroll through the garden and see the many flower displays in the peace chapel.

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site:


This ancient site, which is near the Montana border, was formerly an important fur trade post. In addition to participating in living history events and learning about the fur trade's past, guests can also explore the fort's meticulous reconstruction.

Scandinavian Heritage Park:

attachment-Scandanavian HP

The Scandinavian heritage of Minot is honored at this park in the city with reproductions of classic buildings from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland. In addition to festivals and special events, visitors can view a monument to the Viking explorer Leif Erikson.

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site:

attachment-Knife River


Near Stanton, at this historical site, you can see the skeletal remains of the Northern Plains Indians who lived along the Knife River. Visitors can see the ruins of earth lodges, participate in one-of-a-kind activities and demonstrations, and learn about Native American civilizations.

These are only a handful of the many tourist spots in North Dakota. Whether you're more interested in history, culture, or the outdoors, the Peace Garden State has much to offer everyone.

History of Minnesota Vikings' First Round Picks - Year By Year

The Minnesota Vikings started to participate in the NFL Draft in 1961. Over the years they have had a few great picks, some really good picks, some solid picks, and as we all know, some total busts and what were they thinking moments. Below is a history of all their first-round picks and some information so you can make the call for yourself on how they faired with each one.

A Few of the Best Disc Golf Courses In Montana

Gallery Credit: mwolfe


More From Cool 98.7 FM