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Northeast, North Dakota

Northeast North Dakota

From serene to extreme, North Dakota promises every level of adventure for every kind of adventurer! On the extreme side, hiking, biking and horseback riding challenge you from the Badlands to the Pembina Gorge.

But if you prefer more serene adventures, the sun sets over more National Wildlife Refuges in North Dakota than in any other state, so grab your camera, binoculars and bird list. Or perhaps a little shopping is all the adventure you seek. By any definition, you'll find your legendary adventure in North Dakota!

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Devils Lake Snowmobiling

The Lake Region Trail System is located in the east central part of the state. This state system is approximately 300 miles. It probably offers the most diversified type of riding on any of our systems. There are tight, twisting trails to wide-open runs to ditch riding.

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Devils Lake Fishing

Currently Devils Lake is about 122,000 acres and more than 90% undeveloped. Fishing is outstanding year-round for a number of species including:

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Devils Lake Hunting

In the fall hundreds of thousands of waterfowl migrate through the area and give both local and visiting hunters outstanding hunting opportunities. "Devils Lake, ND is a waterfowler's mecca. The snow goose hunting is beyond comparison...and ducks? Let me put it this way... I can'

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Devils Lake Campgrounds

Devils Lake is North Dakota's largest natural lake with approximately 122,000 acres and more than 90% undeveloped. There are two State Parks located about 15 miles from the lake, but there are several privately owned campgrounds nearer to the lake and some of those do have lake access.

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Wheatland Manor

Home contains furnishings of early 1900s. Library contains items from early history to the present of the area. Nicknamed "The Alamo."

Edmore, ND Museums

Arbor Park

Brick walkway, continuing from Loon Park, represents the winding Red River. All rock used in the park was salvaged from buildings torn down after the 1997

Grand Forks, ND Arts



Japanese Garden

Completed in 2003 by representatives from Awano, Japan, Grand Forks'

Grand Forks, ND Botanical Gardens


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