Go outdoors in North Dakota!

Craving wide-open spaces? Lucky for you, North Dakota has hundreds of miles of wide-open space, and the most stunning outdoor attractions are free of traffic jams and crowded trails. Take in the sounds of a bison’s hooves slowly crossing the road at Theodore Roosevelt National Park or an elk’s antlers brushing through leaves at the White Horse National Game Preserve.

Road Trip: Interstate 29

Zip from south to north on the interstate and discover some great stops along the way!

Day 1  |  Hankinson/Wahpeton
The first day could start with breakfast at Dakota Magic Casino’s Twin Buffalo Grill, then it’s outside for 27 holes of golf at Dakota Winds Golf Course. Just up I-29, Wahpeton is home to “Wahpper,” the world’s largest catfish, and hundreds of live animals at Chahinkapa Zoo. Red Door Art Gallery feeds the inner artist, and the Boiler Room feeds the stomach before turning in for the night.