Vegas to Fargo? You betcha. Heading from Sin City to Fargo, ND is a snap, thanks to daily flights – some nonstop, many with only a single stop – to our area. Las Vegas, Nevada’s largest city, is home to McCarran International Airport, which offers daily service to Fargo’s Hector International Airport across a variety of airlines.
Maybe you’re headed here for our world-class art galleries, top-notch events or just to fire up the old wood chipper and settle some old business. Hey, we’re not here to judge. But we are here to welcome you with open arms, so let’s get to planning that trip.
Nonstop Flights to Fargo From Las Vegas
Clocking in at just under three hours, Allegiant Air offers a daily, nonstop flight. As of press time, this flight leaves Vegas at 7:45 a.m. and arrives in Fargo at 12:40 p.m. (don’t forget about the time difference!) and departs Fargo at 1:50 p.m. for a 3:04 p.m. arrival back in Vegas.
Other Ways to get to Fargo
Airlines offering daily service with only a single stop include Delta, which stops in Minneapolis-Saint Paul and United, which routes you through Denver. Both are around five hours’ total travel time. Not bad for a trek from the desert to the Upper Midwest. See options for flights here.
Once You’re Here in Fargo
From Hector International, it’s a short 12-minute ride into town. Grab an Uber and swing by the official Visitors Center to kick off your time in Fargo. It’s located at 2001 44th St. South. Here, you can visit the wood chipper from the movie “Fargo” and peruse the Celebrity Walk of Fame, as well.
Of course, you’re going to need somewhere to stay and maybe grab a bite to eat. We’ve got you covered there. Whether you plan to stay in downtown, Moorhead, North Fargo or South Fargo, use our handy guide to accommodations to pick the perfect place to rest your head at night. Hotels, motels, budget, luxury – you name it, we’ve got it. Heck, you can even pitch a tent at Lindenwood Campground.
However you get here, just get here and we’ll take care of the rest!