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North Dakota Map Extent

This North Dakota map contains cities, roads, rivers, and lakes. For example, Fargo, Bismarck, and Grand Forks are some of the major cities shown in this map of North Dakota.

North Dakota is situated in the north-central United States and borders Montana to the west, South Dakota to the south and Minnesota in the east. It also borders the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

North Dakota is known for its high concentration of native Americans and Norwegians. It also has a heavy industry in agriculture, oil, and gas such as the Dakota Access Pipeline. North Dakota has a lot to offer visitors, from historic sites to outdoor adventures.

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State capital

Bismarck

Major cities and towns

Fargo
Grand Forks
Minot
Bismarck
Ashley
Beach
Bowman
Cando
Carrington
Cooperstown
Crosby
Devils Lake
Dickinson
Ellendale
Fort Yates
Garrison
Grafton
Harvey
Hettinger
Hillsboro
Jamestown
Kenmare
Langdon
Linton

Lisbon
Mandan
Mott
Napoleon
New Town
Oakes
Pembina Portal
Rugby
Stanley
Valley City
Wahpeton
Washburn
Watford City
Williston
Beulah
Bottineau
Edgeley
Belfield
Carson
McClusky
Lakota
Cavalier
Towner
Mohall

Interstate highways

Interstate-29 (I-29)
Interstate-94 (I-94)

Lakes, rivers and creeks

Cannonball River
Lake Sakakawea
Sheyenne River
Missouri River
Red River
Heart River
Devils Lake

Souris River
James River
Lake Oahe
Missouri River
Long Lake
Knife River

Landmarks in North Dakota

Badlands
Coteau Du Missouri
White Butte

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