Why is North Dakota perfect for my wedding?
North Dakota is a land of endless possibilities, with diverse history and culture. There’s no shortage for outdoor enthusiasts as well- from the abundant fields to wide open spaces that make up most highways in this state – so take your pick!
On one hand, North Dakota is a hidden gem in the heart of America. It’s home to Fargo, which has been featured on film more than once! But there are plenty more reasons why you should make time for this state as well – you can even choose this as the place where you can exchange vows with your partner. Bring your closest family members and friends too, because North Dakota is definitely a wedding destination like no other!
TR National Park is one of the most underrated national parks in America, even though it was President Theodore Roosevelt’s major inspiration to create the country’s first system for preserving public lands. The park is home to something that even the most die-hard city dwellers will never see: cute little prairie dogs! On the contrary, have you ever wanted to drive through massive canyon systems and see colorful rock formations? If so, then this is the trip for you! Nothing beats relaxing in a tipi after an incredible day of exploring North Dakota. Take your time and enjoy the moment as you sleep under canvas with all amenities provided by the Cross Ranch State Park, located on their beautiful grounds along side one of America’s great rivers – the Missouri River!
The pitchfork fondue has been a North Dakota tradition for more than 50 years. It all starts with an amazing, sizzling steak and ends in time to enjoy some live music under the stars at an all time favorite party spot! Also, When the sun goes down, head down to see Medora Musical. This show is one of summer’s most popular events in North Dakota. In addition, is there anything cooler than a 50-foot fiberglass statue of the world’s largest Holstein cow? Salem Sue is not only an iconic landmark, but she has won awards for being so adorable. You can spot this massive black and white beauty on school hill in New Salem where she’s been since 1974!
Fargo is a small town with big dreams. The distinct signs are as iconic to this Midwestern city’s personality and history. The Fargo Theater is the most famous sign in this little town, with its classic neon colors. But it’s not just any old theater, inside are screenings of Hollywood movies and independent films every day! If you want something more local for your taste buds or if all those big city lights get too much after dark, perhaps check out one (or three) of their fine craft beers here.