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North Dakota national park tourism has $65.5m impact on state economy

July 09, 2019 / Travel And Tour World

Visitors to the national parks of North Dakota spent $49.6 million dollars in nearby communities in 2018 as per the study of National Park Service (NPS). About 733,000 people visited Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site and Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota supporting 695 jobs in the surrounding areas and having a cumulative benefit to the state economy of U.S. dollars 65.5 million.