Fargo Apartments for Rent
Fargo’s rugged beauty has long attracted frontiersmen and adventure-seekers. In the late 1800s, Fargo was a stopping point for steamboats that traveled the Red River. Today, this picturesque city is attracting businesses and major corporations, helping Fargo achieve the enviable status of having one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation. Coupled with the wide-open spaces, beautiful downtown, and plenty of recreation, it is also considered one of the best places to live.
In addition to several museums, the 1926 Art Deco Fargo Theatre, North Dakota State University, and plenty of shopping, Fargo is located near several parks. The Buffalo River State Park features 12 miles of hiking trails through prairies and forest and six miles of cross-country skiing trails. The park also offers a warming house in winter, a swimming beach in summer, a golf course, picnic areas, and campgrounds.
Festivals, live concerts, trade shows, and sports events that include the NDSU Bison football team take place in the popular FARGDOME. Other attractions include the Red River Zoo, wineries and vineyards, the Fargo Air Museum, and Thunder Road Family Fun Park.