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North Dakota

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The 39th state has just over 760,000 residents. As one of the least populated states in the U.S., it’s safe to say that in many ways, it’s the country’s best-kept secret.

North Dakota Plains

Great Plains, Great Land

While at first glance, North Dakota may seem to be a flat stretch of endless country that stretches on forever with nothing else in sight, upon further investigation you will discover that there is indeed plenty to see and do in this great state. The unspoiled land and sweeping landscapes are quintessentially North Dakotan, and are part of what makes this vast prairie land so beautiful. North Dakota sits sandwiched between the states of Montana and Minnesota, which means it has some amazing rock formations, hills, and lakes that these states are known for. It is also centered in the middle of the Great Plains, meaning there’s a lot of open space, making it ideal for farming. It really is the land that has a little bit of everything, with something new to see and discover in every season.

Fargo, North Dakota

Things to Do in North Dakota

When it comes to North Dakota living, there’s no shortage of fun, outdoor activities to be had, especially if you live in the west country or to the north, where there are hills, trails, and lakes. If you’re in the east though, not to worry, there’s still a vast and beautiful wilderness out there just waiting to be explored. If you prefer something a bit more urban, North Dakota has that too. Consider college cities like Fargo or Grand Forks which offer all of the amenities of big city living, with a frontier charm that’s all their own.

History of North Dakota

History of North Dakota

Bison in North Dakota

Welcome to North Dakota! ⁠North Dakota has a long and fascinating history as a state. It is steeped in Native American culture, a heritage from the first people who lived in this great land. Native Americans settled the land several thousand years ago. Tribes that lived there at the time of settlement include the Mandan, Hidatsa, Chippewa, Arikara, and the Lakota/Dakota tribe, also known as the Sioux. It’s from this tribe that the state gets its name. Dakota means “ally or friend.”

During the 1870s, the deliberate and government-sanctioned slaughter of the great bison herds began. This was designed to prevent the tribes from continuing their Great Plains lifestyle. Although the herds were nearly driven to extinction, in recent decades, their numbers have begun to increase once again.

Today, bison can be seen roaming the badlands and the grassy prairie land of North Dakota. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the perfect place to see this iconic animal.

Bison in North Dakota

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Notable Landmarks in North Dakota

Notable Landmarks in North Dakota

North Dakota Climate Risk


Hail risk

High risk


Wind risk

Medium risk


Tornado risk

Low risk


Air pollution risk

Low risk


Total weather risk

Low risk


Earthquake risk

Low risk

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