DescriptionFort Ransom's deep-rooted Norwegian heritage is still evident; local folklore claims the region once was visited by Vikings. Durum wheat, North Dakota's major grain, was first grown in the United States in this part of the state in 1882.
The surrounding area offers camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, picnicking, snow skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing. The Ransom County Historical Museum , 101 Mill Rd., exhibits pioneer utensils, clothing and other artifacts; phone (701) 973-2259.
Things to SeeFort Ransom State Park