Okay, okay, let’s be real here for a moment: North Dakota isn’t exactly a shining beacon of tourism. In fact, it’s pretty well-known that North Dakota is the least-visited state in the country (for some reason), and you know what? We think that’s a pretty bad deal. North Dakota is home to 13 beautiful state parks, all of which are very much worth a visit. Of course, naturally, some of North Dakota’s state parks are more popular than others, but that doesn’t mean the lesser-popular ones AREN’T worth a visit. In fact, we think the lesser-crowded options are often the best ones, and to prove it, let’s take a closer look at one of those lesser-appreciated gems. Grahams Island State Park is a stunning hidden state park in North Dakota that you’ll find yourself coming back to time and time again. Check it out!

For reservations and more information about planning your adventure at Grahams Island State Park, check out the official North Dakota Parks and Rec website.

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