North Dakota is a land of superlatives.
A land of superlatives, North Dakota features stark landscapes, rodeos, and big statues of animals. From the world’s largest largest turtle statue to the largest Tommy, to Wally the Walley, the whoppers fill the North Dakota roads that tourists find ideal during summer months for driving and exploring.
With more golf courses per capita than any other state (they claim), to rodeos, pow wows, cookouts, and fishing galore, North Dakota is an outdoor sports enthusiast’s paradise. North Dakotans love nature and they feel it in the winter when the cold winds blow. The weather can be icy cold and windy in the winter, and quite pleasant during the summer months when the temps may reach the 80′s. That’s the time to take a drive vacation through North Dakota.
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