Special thanks to North Dakota Tourism, South Dakota Tourism, Explore Minnesota and Tourism Winnipeg for the photos featured within.
Take a break from your 9 to 5 and escape on your own weekend getaway.
Do you need to get out of Fargo for a few days? If so, there are several places within driving distance of the Fargo-Moorhead area you can go. Whether it is North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota or even Canada, there is a place or event for everyone to escape to for a weekend. Jump out of the rat race and journey across state (or country) lines as we profile the best weekend getaway spots from A to Z! Well, what are you waiting for?
What is Extreme North Dakota Racing?
North Dakota is becoming an extreme sports hotspot thanks to a combination of the rugged terrain and weather. Due to that, Extreme North Dakota Racing was spawned to provide the most extreme races for North Dakotans and others around the Tri-state area. For example, their most recent races involved Fatbike only races on a 15 to 20 mile stretch of snowy terrain. That race even had participants riding over the icy Red River.
Another recent race had contestants running throughout the Sheyenne National Grasslands. There was a multitude of lengths with the lowest being a 25K and the longest being a 100K race. Still, Extreme North Dakota Racing considered that a warm-up. Extreme North Dakota Racing has cultivated a culture of extreme sports that has stretched into Minnesota and South Dakota as well.
Not only is Como a zoo but it is also a conservatory for various plants. That conservatory is also available for private events as well. Animals you can see at Como Zoo include gorillas, giraffes and snow leopards.
The diversity in species at Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley is almost incomparable to any other zoo in the Tri-state area. Animals that inhabit this zoo are Amur tigers, Komodo dragons and pumas.
Though it was recently renovated, the Dakota Zoo in Bismarck is still a great attraction thanks to the animals brought in. They are famous for their peacocks, bobcats and Bengal tigers.
Many native Canadian animals among other arctic animals make up the vast animal population at Assiniboine Park Zoo. Some of these species include polar bears, caribou and even yaks.
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