North Dakota

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Glamping: North Dakota vacations

If you’re planning an upcoming North Dakota vacation, consider going glamping! North Dakota is home to some amazing outdoor attractions, from the Great Plains and Theodore Roosevelt National Park to places like Devils Lake or Maysville. Glamping in North Dakota means you can have unbeatable outdoor access to all these North Dakota attractions, while still enjoying all the comforts of home. Forget about Fargo hotels & motels or Bismark bed & breakfasts, North Dakota glamping getaways offer you the chance to customize your ND vacations to suit you however you like. Book one of our Medora cabins and explore the Great Plains & Badlands—North Dakota wilderness here is like nowhere else in the country—or go tent camping in North Dakota, with a tipi rental, and check out the North Country Scenic Trail or the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway. Your North Dakota vacations can be whatever you want to make them! Spend a weekend luxury camping in North Dakota and discover a new way to travel. The variety of accommodation will make your head spin! Luxury Medora lodging, Medora camping cabins, and even secluded Medora, ND camping; Devils Lake cabins and cottages; houses for rent on Lake Elsie, ND; tipis in the North Dakota Badlands; and even vacations in Bismarck—you’re sure to find somewhere to stay that works for you!

Things to see in North Dakota

There is so much to do and so many things to see in North Dakota. From west to east, pick out your top places to visit in North Dakota and start planning your route today. From Theodore Roosevelt National Park camping and hiking in state parks to fishing on Devils Lake or kayaking on Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota has some pretty awesome outdoor attractions. Stay in Medora, North Dakota and get easy access to the three units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park: North Unit, South Unit, and Elkhorn Ranch Unit. Explore the wilderness of the badlands of North Dakota and see some of the park’s most dramatic scenery, check out the unique wildlife, and enjoy the iconic landscapes of the American West. North Dakota state parks are another great spot for all types of outdoor recreation, from hiking and cycling to horseback riding and all kinds of water sports. Explore Little Missouri State park’s 45 miles of trails on foot or by bike; go fishing on Lake Sakakawea and catch Walleye, Northern Pike, and Chinook Salmon; or head to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park for a little history lesson!

North Dakota weather

Whether you are searching for Medora lodging or Devils Lake cabin rentals, you can find it here! But when is the best time to visit North Dakota? What is North Dakota weather like? Many people assume North Dakota is always cold; however, with more than 200 days of sun a year and a long temperate season, North Dakota is the perfect glamping vacation spot. Summer temperatures stay around 80°F (26°C) while winters average around 24°F (-4°C), with plenty of snowfall. Fall and spring are very nice shoulder seasons, with temperatures between 50-65°F (11-19°C).