North Dakota state

North Dakota Travel Guide


One of the most rural states in the United States, North Dakota is famous for its scenery and “Old West” past. Visitors can delve into this rich history and follow in the footsteps of great American legends such as Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, Theodore Roosevelt, Custer and Native American tribes once roamed the Northern Plains as trappers and explorers swept west toward the Pacific.

  • Travelationary: Covers basic information about North Dakota geography and economy.

Getting there

Arriving by plane

Bismarck Airport (website: offers connections to all major US cities. Rimrock Stages Trailway (website: buses run from Bismarck to Fargo, North Dakota. and Billings, Montana. Shuttle buses, rental cars, taxis.

Arrival by car

Greyhound buses run from Seattle to New York. More information from Greyhound (website:

Arrival by train

Amtrak services run from Seattle to Chicago. Additional information from Amtrak (website:

Passport and visa regulations

Entry with children

Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.

Contact addresses

North Dakota Tourism Division
Century Center, 1600 E. Century Ave., Suite 2
US-58502 Bismarck, North Dakota
United States
(701) 328.25.25, (800) 435.56.63 (toll free within the US). The Great American West

c/o Lieb Management GmbH

Bavariaring 38
D-80336 Munich
(089) 689 06 38 41.

  • Usaers: Provides a full list of major rivers and mountains in North Dakota.

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North Dakota state