McKenzie County is in the heart of western North Dakota and a hub for the area’s premier vacation attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to the area for the pristine views and hiking experiences of Theodore Roosevelt National Park as well as kayak excursions on the Little Missouri River. McKenzie County also offers history buffs the chance to travel the same territory as some of America’s most legendary figures including Lewis & Clark, Sakakawea, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt.
The active tourism industry features 800 hotel rooms; 268,000 square foot Rough Rider Center; 100,000 square foot Ag Expo Center, and plenty of restaurants and retail shops offering a variety of unique and impressive opportunities.
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