What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
5 ways to enjoy the Red River in Fargo-Moorhead
Ah, the Red River of the North! Divider of our sister cities (Fargo and Moorhead), the Red acts as a natural border between North Dakota and Minnesota and provides both places with plenty of opportunity for fun on the water. The 550-mile stretch of the river contains 70+ species of fish and bird …READ MORE
10 things to do in Fargo when it’s hot outside
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not always frigid in Fargo. It can get hot…really hot. Throw a little humidity into the mix and it can be downright sweltering. If you find yourself in Fargo on one of these hot days, here are a few fun things to do to beat the heat. 1. Ice cream …READ MORE
Farmers’ markets in Fargo-Moorhead
Ever wish grocery shopping was a more fun and unique experience? Local farmers markets can help make that happen.
What’s new in Fargo-Moorhead
Looking for recently-opened restaurants, stores, and hotels in the Fargo-Moorhead area? You’ve come to the right place. Over the past 10 years, there’s been a huge amount of development in the area. In fact, If you haven’t been in the area since you went to college here 30+ years ago, you may hardly recognize …READ MORE
Complete guide to Fargo-Moorhead patios
It’s great to come downtown and catch a bite to eat or grab a drink with a friend. When the weather is as nice as it’s been I find every excuse to be outside. Here are a few of my favorite patios downtown.
Open For Business: How some local spots are re-opening shop.
While some Fargo-Moorhead businesses never closed, many businesses are just getting the official “okay” to open their doors. Here’s how some shops are getting creative to serve you while following COVID-19 restart protocols and guidelines. North Dakota smart restart guidelines for businesses Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries, food trucks can operate while observing industry-specific …READ MORE
Canoeing & kayaking on the Red River in Fargo-Moorhead
Grab your paddles, pop on your life jackets, and explore Fargo from the water! The Red River of the north provides plenty of water-based fun, from fishing and boating to the theme of this post: canoeing and kayaking. Below are all the details on getting on the water in Fargo. Rent a kayak …READ MORE
Now that the weather in Fargo-Moorhead is reaching for 70’s quite consistently it is perfect weather to start rolling again. Thankfully the F-M has been expanding and improving the bike trails around the area.
A history walk through Downtown Fargo
To understand a culture, it’s helpful to learn about the history of where that culture has evolved. History explains how change has unfolded over the years into what we know as the present, and it hints at what could be in the future. In our neck of the woods, Downtown Fargo has an …READ MORE
Outdoor-lovers Itinerary (Summer Edition)
As the weather in Fargo starts to heat up, so does the fun to be had in the great outdoors! From golf to birding, follow this itinerary for a full three days of outdoor activities in Fargo to take advantage of. Full three-day itinerary Want to customize this to suit your travel style? …READ MORE