Many of us who live in North Dakota know of the attractions the state has to offer, but those moving here to work in Oil Country often times don't.
That's why the North Dakota Tourism staff is conducting surveys across the state at crew camps, finding out what those working in the oil fields are interested in and offering them activities to take part in during their days off.
Tuesday the staff stopped in Dickinson to talk to oil workers.
"Very few of them knew that they were as close as they were to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the golfing opportunities around, we've talked a lot about that, fishing just some of the outdoor activities," Director of Tourism Division, Sara Otte Coleman said.
Prior to stopping in Dickinson, North Dakota Tourism staff stopped in Bowman, Williston and Stanley.