FARGO-movieThings to do

However you define fun, you can have it here. Fargo Moorhead is a mosaic of entertainment and nightlife, dining and shopping, funky shops, coffee bars and microbreweries, annual film and music festivals, nationally recognized performance venues, pubs and clubs.

And let’s not forget, Fargo Moorhead is in the midst of open prairies with beautiful Minnesota lakes country and pine forests only an hour down the road. If you like to hike, mountain bike, canoe, fish, camp or (insert your favorite outdoor activity), you can do it here.

From big-name music headliners to minor league sports to outdoor opportunities that are truly great, there’s something for everyone. Come see for yourself.

Dining & Shopping

Shop all day, either at one of the areas malls or at the many boutiques scattered around Fargo Moorhead. Then end the day enjoying your favorite type of cuisine. From fast food to elegant dining, there are plenty of options.

Entertainment, Arts & Culture

There’s no shortage of options every person and taste to fill time on your hands. There’s live music all over the place, from national acts to jazz and classical ensembles to local bands. The arts community is thriving, and so is the sports scene. Check it out.

Parks & Recreation

Bikers, bladers and skaters are rolling at the Fargo Skate Park, a formed-concrete facility that is open dawn to dusk and has challenges for beginner, intermediate and advanced athletes. Four disc golf courses will keep your head spinning with a smile. They’re just part of the metro area’s extensive system of 175 public parks that cover more than 3,000 acres, including 99 miles of biking and hiking trails, 20 public and several private golf courses, and softball, baseball, tennis, swimming and cross-country skiing facilities.


If you like sports, you definitely have options. From division I, II & III collegiate sports to curling and everything in between. There’s something for everyone and every season.

Outdoors – Hunting, Fishing & Camping

Go bird watching, hike through Minnesota’s largest remnant prairie, go fishing at one of the many lakes or  go bird hunting. The options are endless, and the scenery is breathtaking.