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September 19, 2017
Americans Are Falling for Autumn Travel

Summer’s over and kids are back in school, but many people are making plans for at least one more getaway this fall, before the arrival of another busy holiday season. According to a new survey from AAA, more than one in four Americans (28 percent) expects to take a vacation this year between Labor Day and Thanksgiving. Read more...


August 15, 2017
AAA Launches 'Best of' Designation to Help Travelers

AAA today unveiled a new “Best Of” designation for its Diamond-Rated hotels and restaurants.

The “Best Of” designation highlights hotels and restaurants at the One, Two and Three Diamond levels. Establishments at these levels are most frequently visited by travelers who book a vacation with AAA, accounting for 90 percent of hotels and 97 percent of restaurants inspected by AAA every year.

In North Dakota the establishments currently receiving the "best of" designation are: Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Grand Forks; AmericInn Hotel & Suite, Fargo South; The Chuckwagon, Medora; AmericInn Lodge & Suites, Valley City; and Lucky Duck's Deli & Catering, Peacock Alley American Grill & Bar, and The Toasted Frog, all in Bismarck. Read more...


April 21, 2017
AAA Cruise Bookings Surge 60 Percent in North Dakota

The cruise industry is already making waves in 2017. AAA cruise bookings in North Dakota have increased 60 percent compared to the same period last year. Read more...


January 12, 2017
AAA: 71 Percent of North Dakotans Plan to Travel in 2017

All signs are pointing to a busy year for vacationers and the travel industry. According to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey, 71 percent of North Dakotans are planning to take a vacation in 2017. Of those planning to travel, half (52%) will take two or three vacations in 2017, with the most popular timeframes being between January-March and July-September. The most frequently cited destinations include cities, national and state parks and beaches. Read more...


August 01, 2016
AAA: National Parks Become Travel Alternative

National parks are gaining popularity as more Americans decide to travel closer to home. Frequent reports of unrest in Europe have some would-be international travelers looking for a domestic alternative, and many are finding it in national parks. Read more...

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