Havana is a small city in Sargent City, North Dakota with a year-round population of less than 100. However, its rolling grasslands, endless skies, and recreation opportunities make it a dreamy getaway destination for glampers, outdoor lovers, and nature enthusiasts alike. Optimally located near the Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge, guests and glampers in this area can enjoy hunting, fishing, and exploring the dreamy grasslands. The nearby Lake Tewaukon and Sprague Lake are open for ice-fishing in the winter season, and North Dakota’s sprawling landscape is a great venue for winter snowmobiling. No matter how you choose to spend your time, it is important to take the season into consideration. North Dakota’s climate is typical of most continental climates in that you can expect four distinct seasons that include cold-brisk winters and warm-hot summers. Depending on your preference, plan accordingly!