Moving to North Dakota
The State of North Dakota is located in the heart of the North American continent. If you head to ND, more precisely the town of Rugby, you can see the obelisk which symbolizes the "center of the continent."
There are three main geographic regions in North Dakota. These are the Great Plains, Drift Prairie and the valley of the Red River. Try not to get confused with the names. The river, whose waters run through North Dakota is often referred to as the "Red River of the North" while the "Red River of the South" flows through Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
The fertile lands of the Red River valley and the Drift Prairie are ideal for farming. The lands of the Great Plains are famous for their wildlife. It is absolutely necessary if you are moving to North Dakota to take a walk in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and see the bison, elk, white-tailed deer, wild horses and bighorns. Nearly two hundred species of birds and many other animals can be found living there. When you are organizing your relocation to North Dakota think of all the beautiful scenery you will get to enjoy every day.
In you are looking for a location with well defined and amazingly picturesque seasons it is worth thinking about moving to ND. Here we enjoy a continental climate with distinct seasons (long cold winters and warm summers, spectacular fall landscapes and fresh spring air), you might find it a little drier in the west and a little more rainfall in the eastern districts but generally it is surprisingly predictable. The temperature varies from as low as 0° F to 85 ° F throughout the year.
North Dakota is predominantly agricultural region, but is also a major producer of oil and industrial development projects. The state has very low unemployment rate. The cities of Bismarck and Fargo were included in Forbes magazine’s list of "the best places for business and careers" especially if you are a qualified person or a young person with a higher education. North Dakota is also one of the most sparsely populated states of America but the people are warm and welcoming of anyone heading to North Dakota.
And one more thing before you embark on your relocation to ND. People in the Peace Garden State are very proud and openly religious. There are more churches per person here than anywhere else in America and while anyone is welcome please respect us in return.
Moving Companies and Relocation Services to North Dakota
315 20TH AVE SE MINOT, ND58701
U.S. DOT # : 75272, MC # : 91696, Company Type: Carrier, Fleet Size: 9
Fargo, ND 58107
Movers, Movers & Full Service Storage, Moving Services-Labor & Materials
1100 Industrial Dr Ste 30, Bismarck, ND 58501
Storage Household & Commercial
Dube's Transfer & Storage
324 2nd Ave W, Williston, ND 58801
Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Trucking-Motor Freight, Trucking, Movers, Public & Commercial Warehouses
Sweboe Storage Systems Llp
1220 43rd St N, Fargo, ND 58102
Storage Household & Commercial, Public & Commercial Warehouses
A Storage Place
677 43rd St N Ste 100, Fargo, ND 58102
Storage Household & Commercial, Truck Rental, Public & Commercial Warehouses
Mobile Mini Inc
This company has no available address, ND
Mobile Offices & Commercial Units, Cargo & Freight Containers, Storage Household & Commercial, Self Storage, Portable Storage Units
Jobbers Moving & Storage
Dickinson, ND 58601
Movers, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Local Trucking Service