THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND destination ND state Parks
Although my personal favorite of Ft Ransom didn't make the list, I'm still a huge fan of ND State Parks...and I'm not alone :)
Through the first half of 2010, visitation at North Dakota’s state ... Posted on 7/15/10 at 3:31 AM
STAFF BLOG PLAIN COUNTRY Parking it
During this past weekend our family went to Turtle River State Park, near Arvilla, N.D. It's one of our favorite spots to visit and this weekend was the annual Turtle Fest. We... Posted on 6/22/09 at 4:32 AM
The first of four new camper cabins arrived Tuesday at Lake Bemidji State Park. The one-room electrical cabins provide basic shelter for up to six people. They will be placed together north of the campground near the trail access for the bog walk.
Sit down for a picnic at Lewis and Clark State Park, and you almost forget about the Bakken. Views of Lake Sakakawea and the rugged buttes of the North Dakota Badlands offer an oasis from the flurry of oil activity just a few miles away. But some fear the oil boom is getting too close to some of western North Dakota’s parks
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the reservation system has been upgraded since it crashed March 1, but because of anticipated high demand, reservations will only be accepted for specific dates during the initial 8-day rollout.
North Dakota state parks officially open May 18, but reservations can be made 24 hours a day with the exception of the first day of the 95-day window. On Tuesday, reservations can be made starting at 7 a.m.
With the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the land north of Arvilla, N.D., that once was pasture was turned into a beauty spot in 1936.
Called Turtle River State Park today, it first was called Grand Forks State Park.
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