Lodging and TransportationSelect your preferred level of luxury during your outing at a fine motel, a bed and breakfast or in a lodge with all the comforts of home. If you are self equipped, choose to park your RV at our course or at a variety of locations or get back to nature with primitive camping all within minutes of the course. The Links of North Dakota now has Cabins that are available for rental on a limited basis. Please contact Kayla Betten at 701-609-0283 to reserve your housing at the course! Cabins are available on the property for Stay and Play packages on a limited basis. Please see our rates page for more information! Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau 25 minutes from the course – www.Willistonndtourism.com 1-800-615-9041 Lists all campgrounds, hotels, history and recreation in a 70 mile radius; www.willistonnd.com A very comprehensive site developed by the Economic Development office. www.tiogand.net A community located 25 minutes from the course. Car Rentals Avis – 701-571-7151 Dakota Car Rentals 701-572-2803
TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL-BY AIRSloulin Field International Airport of Williston www.airnav.com/airport/isn Minot International Airport http://web.ci.minot.nd.us/airport Bismarck International Airport http://web.ci.minot.nd.us/airport Tioga Municipal Airport – Gene Knutson – 701-664-2220 or Mike Davidson – 701-664-2228 By Rail – www.amtrak.com
LODGINGwww.lundslanding.com 701-568-3474 Located on the shoreline of beautiful Lake Sakakawea in Northwest North Dakota since 1988, Lund’s Landing Resort is the gateway to some of the finest walleye, trout, northern, bass, and crappie fishing in North America. Lake Sakakawea fishing is an experience not soon forgotten. Let Lund’s Landing Resort help you plan a small conference or business meeting; family reunion; wedding, anniversary, or birthday parties. We have the facilities to accommodate your group with a relaxing and unique experience.
www.montanariverranch.com 1-877-277-4080 Montana River Ranch is a beautiful 8,000 acre working ranch that borders the Missouri River. Surrounded by cottonwood trees and overlooking acres of farmland, our newly constructed three-level log cabin lends itself to a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with the style of gracious living from years gone by. Experience Northeastern Montana’s spectacular sunrises, sunsets and an abundance of wildlife across our entire ranch. Our ranch is located just minutes from the national historic sites of Fort Union, Fort Buford and the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers.
www.Nflodge.com North Fork Lodge is approximately 50 miles from Canada and 50 miles from Montana. The Lodge is located five miles north of Tioga, North Dakota, a small farming and ranching community. Tioga is the Indian name for “Peaceful Valley”. North Fork was built in the early 1980’s and is 6000 sq. feet with four guest bedrooms, a hot tub, and 4500 sq.ft. of deck. The “Native American” room is 900 sq.ft., including a fireplace, private deck and bath. The “Trapper” and “Cattle Baron” rooms also have private decks and a large bathroom. The main floor bedroom is located next to the exercise room and hot tub deck
email@example.com Cozy Cabin – Enjoy an outdoor campfire, croquet or badminton. Cards and puzzles are also available. Room Rates – Our nightly rates are based on a full breakfast and two friendly North Dakotans. Check in is after 4:00 PM with check out at 10:00 AM.
EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTELStay and Play packages available exclusively at the El Rancho hotel Available: Coffee Shop, Dining Room, Lounge, Casino All rooms have refrigerators and remote cable color TV. Choices include: * Non-smoking rooms * Inside or drive-up rooms 25 minutes from The Course 1-800-433-8529 www.elranchomotel.net
www.4bearscasino.com 701-627-4018 4 Bears Casino has added a new high stakes gaming area. Along with the high stakes area there has been the addition of roulette to the 4 Bears Casino gaming floor. The high stakes area features Roulette, Craps, Blackjack and high limit slots. So, if you’re a high roller, 4 Bears is the place for you, with More to Explore!
CAMPINGThe Links of North Dakota RV Park Adjacent to The Links of North Dakota Golf Course 701-568-2600 20 unit park with pull through parking Water Available & Dump station 220V, 50 AMP, 30 AMP Full Winter units (Open 12 months) Golfing on The Links of North Dakota Horseshoes – peaceful – no major highways close Close to beach for swimming and fishing pleasure Close to clubhouse for easy access to golf and practice greens On Lewis and Clark Trail New for 2014 – Links Cabins The Links of North Dakota has added a number of one and two bedroom cabins for stay and play packages and long term living at the links. Cabin space at course will be available at times throughout the year on a reservation basis so contact us today!
www.state.nd.us/ndparks/Parks/LCSP.htm 701-859-3071 Lewis and Clark State Park is situated on one of the upper bays of Lake Sakakawea The rugged buttes of the North Dakota Badlands display a towering backdrop to one of the state’s best recreation areas. The park, of course, is named for the Corps of Discovery explorers, Meriwether Lewis and and William Clark. The expedition camped nearby on April 17, 1805, and an interpretive trail marker has been placed within the park to commemorate their historic journey through North Dakota.