Find best RV rentals then hit the road to truly experience the beautiful nature of North Dakota
North Dakota is one of the least visited states in the United States.
It is strange because there is so much to see in the state and outdoor activities like hiking, biking, camping, boating, sailing, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, skiing are very present here.
One of the main highlights in North Dakota is Theodore Roosevelt National Park which covers the area of some 70 000 acres of painted canyons and grassy hiking trails.
The park is separated into two large units. The southern unit is busier while the northern is just as spectacular.
The park is home to wide variety of wildlife including elk, bighorn sheep, bison, white-tailed deer and mule deer and at least 186 species of birds. There are plenty of hiking trails, fishing spots, rivers for canoeing and kayaking. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is not the only interesting place for visiting.
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is no doubt another great place featuring restored military buildings. And if you are looking for a nice place to enjoy, the Scandinavian Heritage Park is probably one of the nicest places for picnicking and leisure walks. The park also boasts statues and many traditional Scandinavian buildings such as Finnish sauna and full-sized replica of the Gol Stave Church in Oslo Norway.
Best park ever - Theodore Roosevelt National Park (see why :-)
If you are interested in history, North Dakota Heritage Center is place where you can learn the history of the state including facts from the life of early pioneers, see exhibits of old Indian artifacts as well as see dinosaur exhibits. The Heritage Center is located in Bismarck, right within the grounds of the North Dakota State Capitol.
While in Bismarck, don’t miss the Dakota Zoo located on the east banks of the Missouri River. The Zoo covers the area of 90 acres and it is a home to some 600 animals, birds, reptiles, and fish. Another historic place in North Dakota worth of visiting is the Chateau De Mores. It was built in the late 19th century and is considered as one of the nicest original examples of French architectural legacy in North Dakota.
As for the museums, the state boasts many amongst which the National Buffalo Museum is the most popular. It is spread across 6000 square foot area in Jamestown and it is devoted to the history of the American Bison commonly known as buffalo. The Dickinson Museum Center, located in Dickinson is a complex that preserves the history and culture of the state.
Since North Dakota is one of the last places where you can still experience life like it was in the old days, it will be a “missed opportunity” not coming here to personally live this amazing experience. The perfect option is to rent a camper at some of the following rental companies.
Adventure RV Center located in West Fargo offers travel trailers for renting. The rental fees are from $425 for four days (minimum rental period) but if you rent a trailer for more than 7 days the rental rate is $75 per day.
Adventure RV Center
1220 Main Avenue W
West Fargo, ND 58078
RV Rentals ND offers for rental Class A and Class C motor homes as well as travel trailers. The rates for Class A motor homes range from $195 to $220, correspondingly for Class C from $190 to $225 and for travel trailers the rates are from $90 to $115.
RV Rentals ND
1601 Division St NE
Mandan, ND 58554
McLaughlin RV & Marine is family owned company that has been in the business since 1966. The company rents travel trailers at starting rate of $89.95 per day and the minimum rental period is four days.
McLaughlin RV & Marine
325 South 25th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
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