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North Central, North Dakota

North Central North Dakota

North Dakota's friendliness is ingrained in every part of our culture. In fact, "Dakota" is a Sioux word meaning "friend," and our nickname is "The Peace Garden State."

You'll see why when you visit the International Peace Garden, a magnificent 2,300-acre tribute to the world's longest unfortified international border. Whether it's a county fair, a powwow, summer theater or jammin' at a music festival, you'll always receive a friendly welcome when you celebrate, dance, sing and dine with us.

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Eastwood Park National Historic District

The development of Eastwood Park began in 1906 and by the mid 1920's it was home to many of Minot'

Minot, ND Historic Districts

David Thompson State Historic Site

Monument to David Thompson, pioneer geographer and explorer who mapped the Missouri River-Knife River area in 1797

Velva, ND Memorials





Fort Totten State Historic Site

This site preserves a military post built in 1867 and used continuously as a military reservation until 1890

Fort Totten, ND Forts

Hawks Nest Ridge

Highest point in a short ridge of glacial moraine hills rises 800 feet above the surrounding prairie. The 100-acre nature park is one of state'

Carrington, ND Natural Attractions

Putnam House

Three-story historic home listed on National Registry of Historic Places

Carrington, ND Historic Homes

Pointe of View Winery

Pointe of View Winery is North Dakota'

Minot, ND Wineries



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