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Welcome to the badlands of the West. This was home to Buffalo Bill Cody and the stomping grounds of Teddy Roosevelt. North Dakota is all about wide open spaces, but also about great fishing and hunting, and some historic sites blended with culture and the arts as well. Most of the major cities in North Dakota have off-leash dog parks and plenty of cheaply priced North Dakota pet friendly hotels.
The largest city in the state is Fargo. There are two bark parks here. Village West Dog Park and Yunker Farms Dog Park are both popular, fenced-in parks with a separate area for smaller dogs. Fargo is known for its historic theatre, that still offers Broadway and off-Broadway plays, as well as its art museums. There are also great deals on pet friendly hotels in Fargo close to shopping, dining and the Red River Zoo.
Head further north on I-29 to reach the city of Grand Forks on the edge of the Minnesota and North Dakota border. Your pet will love the off leash Lincoln Dog Park with water features, shady trees and benches for the owners. You'll also love the prices on Grand Forks pet friendly hotel discounts. Of course, Grand Forks is where two rivers meet, including the Red River. You can find ample fishing opportunities here as well as hiking trails. This is home to the University of North Dakota. Plus, with some buildings dating back into the 1800's there are historic sites to explore as well.
Perched on the shores of the Missouri River is the capital of North Dakota. Bismarck was settled by Germans when gold was discovered in the nearby Black Hills. Discover the many area parks like Sertoma Park with a zoo and super-slide amusement area. Bismarck has a wonderful hike and bike trail system connecting the parks, including the off-leash dog park called Century Bark Park. So you can probably find a trail close to pet friendly hotels. Take a day trip into the Theodore Roosevelt National Park or travel to Jamestown filled with historic gold-rush sites.