You know, considering just how remote and under-populated North Dakota is, we’re pretty sure that even its biggest cities would be considered “towns” elsewhere. With a total population of fewer than 800,000 people, North Dakota is the perfect escape for anyone who isn’t a fan of people-ing (we get it), and one of the reasons for that is its incredible, wild landscapes, and the small towns dotted all over it that don’t even know what “crowded” means. As spring begins to… well, spring… check out Grand Forks and see why it’s a wonderful warm-weather town in North Dakota to choose for your next vacation.

What do you think? What would you call the best warm-weather town in North Dakota? Tell us your thoughts in the comments – we love to hear your perspective!

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