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North Dakota Guide
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The 10 best camping spots in North Dakota.

Camping in the stunning Badlands and prairies of North Dakota makes it easy to see how this state was the birthplace of the conservation movement.

Cottonwood Campground
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Melanie: Great campground for beginners. We were in a walk-in tent so there wasn't much privacy, but it was...
Fort Stevenson Campground
Marinas, lakes, oh my! Comely sitting alongside the beguiling banks of Lake Sakakawea, Fort Stevenson...
Despite the bitter winter depicted in the movie Fargo, winter doesn’t last all year in North Dakota. Camping during the warmer months means taking in all the scenic beauty and natural wildlife that the state has to offer. Retrace the steps of the pioneer explorers Lewis and Clark and camp along the Missouri River on the western side of the state. On the opposite side is Devils Read more...
Despite the bitter winter depicted in the movie Fargo, winter doesn’t last all year in North Dakota. Camping during the warmer months means taking in all the scenic beauty and natural wildlife that the state has to offer. Retrace the steps of the pioneer explorers Lewis and Clark and camp along the Missouri River on the western side of the state. On the opposite side is Devils Lake, North Dakota’s largest natural lake. Tent, RV, and cabin camping are all available in the several campgrounds that surround the lake. In addition to camping on private land, find cabins and yurts in most of the state parks in North Dakota; Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park even has two tipis you can rent! Theodore Roosevelt National Park, with its steep slopes and deep canyons of the Badlands, and Little Missouri River that twists through it, makes for the perfect place to camp under the stars.
Sherlock Park Campground
This is a great campground for families looking for convenience, comfort, and lots to keep the kids...
Gascoyne Lake Campground
There are two types of road trippers in the world. Some are all about the drive, arriving late to camp...
By 1900, fewer than 600 bison were left in North Dakota. Roosevelt spearheaded efforts to save them, and today there are about 90,000.
Burning Coal Vein Campground
Burning Coal Vein Campground is named for a natural phenomenon singular to the mystical landscape of...
South Campground
Spend some of your next vacation the right way. In other words, park yourself in front of the Turtle...
Sacred, albino bison White Cloud and Dakota Miracle can be seen at the National Buffalo Museum Preserve in Jamestown.
Trapper's Rest Tent Camping
Find some peace and quiet and leave your technology at home for a while to reset your body, mind, and...
Buffalo Gap Campground
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The: Most sites are level, but there are a few that could be a challenge. Every site has a relatively large...
North Dakota has more national wildlife refuges (62) than any other state.
CCC Campground
On the shores of the Little Missouri River sits the CCC campground, a classic camping throwback with...
Bennet Campground
Peace and tranquility is the name of the game at Bennett Campground. Stowed away in a quiet area of...