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America’s Best Road Trips Are In These 5 States

Reader's Digest Logo By Erin Gifford of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 5: In North Dakota, plan a road trip that takes you all the way across the state on I-94. It's less than five hours from end-to-end, but there's a lot to see and do in between. Start in <a href="http://www.rd.com/nicestplaces/fargo-nd/">Fargo</a> with stops at the Fargo Theatre and Vinyl Taco before heading west for selfies with the World's Largest Buffalo Monument in Jamestown. Continue along I-94, then grab a bite to eat at historic Peacock Alley before touring the state capitol building in Bismarck. As you approach Dickinson, make a quick detour in Gladstone for eight roadside sculptures that make up the <a href="http://www.ndtourism.com/regent/attractions/enchanted-highway">Enchanted Highway</a>. The last stop is Medora, which is home to the Medora Musical, a famous western-style musical show, and provides access to <a href="https://www.nps.gov/thro/index.htm">Theodore Roosevelt National Park</a>. The 36-mile Scenic Loop Drive around the park is a must, as is looking for ghost towns as you road trip across the state.

North Dakota

In North Dakota, plan a road trip that takes you all the way across the state on I-94. It's less than five hours from end-to-end, but there's a lot to see and do in between. Start in Fargo with stops at the Fargo Theatre and Vinyl Taco before heading west for selfies with the World's Largest Buffalo Monument in Jamestown. Continue along I-94, then grab a bite to eat at historic Peacock Alley before touring the state capitol building in Bismarck. As you approach Dickinson, make a quick detour in Gladstone for eight roadside sculptures that make up the Enchanted Highway. The last stop is Medora, which is home to the Medora Musical, a famous western-style musical show, and provides access to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The 36-mile Scenic Loop Drive around the park is a must, as is looking for ghost towns as you road trip across the state.
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