Show your kids a good time by taking them to the Red River Zoo, on 21st Avenue, where they can see hundreds of cute animals, housed in this state-of-the-art zoo, including exotic and native animals and plants, as well as animal petting areas and a fun carousel.
Test your golfing skills at Edgewood Golf Course, on Golf Course Avenue, which is the only 3-lined public golf course in the Fargo – Moorhead metro area, also featuring a 6000 square foot club house, including a pro-shop, a restaurant and a full-service bar.
See the beautiful Gethsemane Episcopal Cathedral, on 25th Street, which has been a significant part of the Fargo community, since the 1880’s.
Explore the Celebrity Walk of Fame, on 49th Street, where you can see more than 100 celebrity signatures, footprints and handprints, considered to be a unique attraction in Fargo.
The Annual Fargo Marathon seems to be on the top of the list of the most popular annual sporting events in Fargo. The first Fargo Marathon was held in 2005, representing a major attraction in Fargo, being held every year, since then, attracting amateur and professional athletes from all over the region, every time it takes place.
The marathon happens in May, and consists of a full-marathon, a half-marathon, a team relay, a 10k and a 5k run, as well as a fun youth run, which begins and ends at the FargoDome. The marathon and half marathon takes runners through the beautiful cities, near Fargo – Minnesota and Moorhead – which means that the participants will cross 2 states, in one race.
Perhaps the most popular annual festival in Fargo is the Annual Red River Valley Fair, celebrated in July, which is a 9-day fun, entertaining carnival, featuring concerts, car racings, bull ridings, as well as tons of other enjoyable activities, for all family members. Among the most appreciated rides at this great carnival, are the Super Jet, the Dizzy Dragons, the Mini Jet, the T-Ball, the Octabounce and the Superslide/Splash.
There are plenty of `nightly` options in Fargo that will guarantee you a memorable night out, whether you’re alone or accompanied by friends. Regardless of what your preferences are, you will certainly find whatever you need, here in Fargo City.
Among the most popular night spots in Fargo, party-lovers have placed the Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse, on Westrac Drive, Hodo, on Broadway, Rick’s Bar on Main Avenue, The Hub, on 9th Avenue, Bismarck Tavern, on Broadway, the Alibi Lounge and Casino, situated on I-94 & S. University Drive, and Cactus Jack’s Saloon, which can be found on Interstate Boulevard.