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Senior Housing in North Dakota

If you don’t like tourist towns, a North Dakota retirement may be perfect for you. It’s the least visited state in the country, probably because it doesn’t have many well-known tourist attractions. However, residents love North Dakota for plenty of reasons—including its family-oriented communities and its relaxed, small-town way of life. In addition, lesser-known but worth-visiting attractions include the Lewis and Clark Trail, Lake Sakakawea, and the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

Senior communities in North Dakota are located in the third least populous state in the country, with only a little over 600,000 residents as of 2010. Located along the Canadian border and solidly in the Midwest, North Dakota offers four distinct seasons—with a wide range of temperatures and conditions between the cold winter months and the hot summers. Many residents hunt and fish, and there are many activities to take advantage of the cold winter months—including ice fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.