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If you need the best moving company in North Dakota, you’ve come to the right place!

Relocating your household in North Dakota will keep you occupied for weeks with packing, planning and loading. If you would rather enjoy your time, turn to Allied Van Lines. In addition to coordinating household moves, we also provide logistical services for corporate relocations. Our agents are located throughout the state from Grand Forks to Williston and Bismarck to Fargo. Due to our familiarity with each city, small town and rural community in the state, we're able to facilitate your upcoming move with efficiency and care. Even if you're planning to move outside of the U.S., we'll handle all of the details.

We're accredited through North Dakota's Better Business Bureau, and our agents are licensed and bonded, providing you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your belongings will be handled with safety and precision. We work with a vast network of trustworthy movers locally and nationwide. Whether you need a full-service moving team to relocate your entire office or you simply need dependable movers to transport your household belongings across the state, you've chosen the right company. Call one of our Allied Van Lines agents in North Dakota today to receive a free quote for household or commercial moving services.

North Dakota is a Midwestern U. S. state, bordered by the states of Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, and Montana to the west.  The Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba are to the north.  The western region of the state lays in the Great Plains, and the northern part to the west of the Missouri River is Badlands. The Missouri River forms Lake Sakakawea behind the Garrison Dam, the third largest man-made lake in the nation.  Easter North Dakota is mostly flat.  The central part of the state is divided into the Drift Prairie and the Missouri Plateau. The eastern region consists of the Red River Valley.  North Dakota experiences a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters.  Some notable people from North Dakota include Wiz Khalifa, Lawrence Welk, Louis L’amour, and Peggy Lee.

The natural beauty, wild horses, and free roaming bison of Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a must see in North Dakota.  Park officials and biologists maintain a balanced ecosystem by managing populations of bison, horses, prairie dogs, and elk.  The park is popular for country hiking, camping, and horseback riding.  The town of Medora gives the south entrance a touristy western experience, with wooden planks on the sidewalks, old fashioned parlors, and buggy rides.

In the state capital, Bismarck, you will find The North Dakota Heritage Center featuring an overview of the history of North Dakota from prehistoric times to modern day.  The Cathedral District in a downtown Bismarck neighborhood has historic home dating back to the 1880s, although many were built in the first decades of the 20th century, including The Belle Mehus Auditorium, the city’s art center.  Bismarck has a large park system, an extensive network of exercise trails, five golf courses, several miles of biking trails, and the Dakota Zoo.  The city is near several dammed lakes, and hunting and fishing are popular in the area.

The state’s largest city is Fargo, located on the Red River of the North floodplain.  Fargo is a cultural, educational, and industrial center for Eastern North Dakota and is home to North Dakota State University.  The Winter Carnival in Fargo is a tradition dating back to 1928. Contact your nearest Allied Van Lines or simply complete our form for a free quote today.