Roads, rigs and man-camps.
They're all pit-stops on a tour of oil country.
Federal and state leaders are speeding along to catch a glimpse of the rapid growth in western North Dakota.
Along with oil workers from around the country, top officials from Washington D.C. are roaming around the booming region.
The U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is visiting this new crew camp or lodge now housing around 320 people.
"Our facility is little different than the public might perceive, we've got a lot of amenities for the guys, workout, cafeteria, rooms are phenomenal." says Target Logistics regional vice president, Travis Kelley.
Along with housing and infrastructure needs, North Dakota leaders are talking about the future of oil in the state and federal regulations.
Hydraulic fracturing is an issue all parties are weighing in on.
"We are going to go through a long process to make sure there are the right rules, but our hope is that by approaching hydraulic fracturing in a way that creates confidence by the American public, it won't become the Achilles heel to the oil and gas industry for whom frakking is so important." says Secretary Salazar.
Until then, they are focusing on what's needed right here, right now.
"It's just an overwhelming need for housing in the Bakken, excited to show him what we do." says Kelley.
The Target Logistics property is built to expand and eventually house up to 600 people.
Tuesday, Secretary Salazar will visit Ft. Berthold and see the oil activity happening there.
He says oil production on the reservation has doubled from when he last visited in 2009.