‘North Dakota Road Trips: From public art to badlands bluffs’ By Alicia Underlee Nelson

North Dakota is a road tripper’s dream. Its wide open spaces are dotted with laid back cities, untamed landscapes, quirky roadside attractions and stoic scenes from Great Plains history.

From public art and innovative dining in Grand Forks and Fargo in the east to the sweeping views from atop badlands buttes in Theodore Roosevelt National Park out west, there’s a road trip route for everyone. Just pick a direction and go.

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