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Things to do in North Dakota

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I have read several posts here and elsewhere that always ask..what is there to do in North Dakota? Well first off the middle of the state is a vast plains area, mostly farming with the capital city of Bismarck in the center. But the east and west sides of the state are where the activity is at. For a historian and nature buffs the west side of the state offers badlands, and cowboy history. Also the recently remodeled Lewis & Clark center in Washburn ND offers a great visitors experience. On the east side of the state is Fargo, a progressive city offering many concerts (including recent acts Default, Eagles, N'Sync, Alan Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Matchbox 20 and others), shopping, parks, and much more. Grand Forks is to the NE and offers a new premier Hockey arena and a small concert facility. Email for more ND tourist attractions.

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