Live in North Dakota
North Dakota is one of the best kept secrets of the country. Rivers winding throughout the state, grasslands intersecting the Badlands, and dramatic buttes and cliffs all contribute to the beautiful open space with a sky so large that you don’t need to look up. North Dakota offers something to everyone whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, history buff, art admirer, or you just want a safe place to raise a family.
Known as the Peace Garden state, North Dakota provides an abundance of activities to explore. Attend a hockey game at the University of North Dakota, discover a variety of local breweries and wineries on the Beer and Wine Trail, and partake in year round hunting including small and big game. North Dakota also offers a wide selection of fishing hot spots anytime of the year. From a number of lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, you can partake in some of the best walleye fishing. You can also find pike, Chinook salmon, catfish, and white bass, to just name a few. As more people are drawn to this state for vacations or opportunities, they end up staying because they love it.
Located in the southwest corner, Dickinson is home to unique eats (Knoephla, Fleischkuekle, and Kuchen), Ukrainian festivals, specialty vehicle shows, and art in the park events. Dickinson provides breathtaking views on numerous hiking trails, exceptional golf courses, scenic biking and horse trails, and shooting and archery ranges. To the west of Dickinson you have access to Theodore Roosevelt National park which is home to a variety of wildlife, a portion of the Badlands, and the Painted Canyon. Or, you could head south towards the Enchanted Highway to view a collection of the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures. With a friendly and close knit community Dickinson is able to offer the amenities of a city in wide open spaces.
Too see more of what Dickinson has to offer please visit the link below. http://www.visitdickinson.com/