The Most and Least Fun States in America

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35. North Dakota
> Total score: 28.74
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 18th worst
> Nightlife rank: 22nd worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $324.1 million — 17th lowest

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34. Wyoming
> Total score: 29.38
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 20th worst
> Nightlife rank: 6th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $132.7 million — 8th lowest

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33. Alaska
> Total score: 29.42
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 19th worst
> Nightlife rank: 9th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $129.2 million — 7th lowest

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32. Iowa
> Total score: 30.05
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 14th worst
> Nightlife rank: 17th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $378.1 million — 19th lowest

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31. South Dakota
> Total score: 30.81
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 17th worst
> Nightlife rank: 16th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $161.2 million — 9th lowest

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