Fall Brings Colors, Haunted Good Times to North Dakota

As the air begins to cool and acres of colorful leaves blanket the valleys, rivers and lakes, autumn is a magical time to visit North Dakota. In addition to the picturesque colors, visitors are invited to explore the scenic landscapes, breathtaking outdoor adventures and enchanting fall festivals.

With thousands of miles of trails to explore, you can stroll or pedal along the recreational paced routes or turn it up a notch and climb the steep grades in the Badlands on the Maah Daah Hey Trail. There are also 63 national wildlife refuges, each with unique opportunities for wildlife observation on interpretive foot trails.

Open roads, pristine backdrops, wildlife and waterways in their most natural environments, and one-of-a-kind cultural and historic attractions are all found along North Dakota’s scenic byways and backways. Step out and explore the wonders that beckon from each route.

Attend lively fall festivals and events such as Norsk Høstfest, the largest celebration of Scandinavian culture in the United States, or experience the many pumpkin patches, corn mazes and haunted good times.

There are endless opportunities to explore and experience the extraordinary. See for yourself why North Dakota is a destination where you can truly Be Legendary!

Fall brings festivals, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and good times to North Dakota. Photo courtesy of North Dakota Tourism

For more information on North Dakota, visit NDTourism.com.