North Dakota Is Home To One Of The Best Dark Sky Reserves In The World

North Dakota is kind of like the final frontier of the United States. Some folks like to give that title to Alaska, but let’s be real here: there are a lot more people visiting Alaska every year than there are visiting North Dakota. We feel like that is some kind of terrible injustice; this state is a wonderland, especially for the lover of nature and the great outdoors. For example, if you’re a fan of stargazing, have we got some good news for you: there isn’t just one dark sky park in North Dakota. Nope, there are seven – and today, we’re going to check out one of our favorites!

To learn more, be sure to check out the official North Dakota parks and rec website for all the details you’ll need to book a yurt or plan your trip.

If you’re like us and can’t get enough of our dark, beautiful nights, check out this article about the best place for witnessing the northern lights in North Dakota. Alternatively, you can visit the largest dark sky park in North Dakota for even more fun!

Address: Cross Ranch State Park, 1403 River Rd, Center, ND 58530, USA

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