Motor home travelers will find legendary adventures and fun in North Dakota, where the present meets the past.
Explore a land made famous by people who shaped the country as we know it today: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt.
From the remains of the Ward Indian Village in Bismarck, travelers stand above the mighty Missouri River, the waterway made famous by the Corps of Discovery from 1804 - 1806. They can see the blockhouses at Fort Abraham Lincoln in Mandan. From there, Custer rode off to the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
West of Bismarck and Mandan, visitors encounter Medora (Theodore Roosevelt's home) and the North Dakota Badlands. Centuries of harsh conditions have carved the ruggedly beautiful landscape described by early travelers as "hell with the fires put out."
Your travels may bring you to North Dakota to take in a little bit of its great history or maybe you’re coming back for a family or class reunion. You may even be planning an RV trip to explore other parts of the country. Whatever your travel plans, we look forward to making your adventure memorable.