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Fargo is a thriving downtown with a variety of distinct hotel, dining, and entertainment options. It is North Dakota's largest city and the home of North Dakota State University, a national powerhouse in the Football Championship Subdivision. There are multiple colleges in the metro area, as well as a vibrant artistic scene.

Book your Fargo car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals. Prices start from just $45 per day for car rental in Fargo, for an economy vehicle like a Chevrolet Spark or similar.

Guide to Fargo

Geography

Fargo is a city in the U.S. state of North Dakota. It is the county seat of Cass County.

Climate

Fargo has an extremely humid continental climate with hot and sweltering summers, and snowy and frigid winters. Over the course of the year, the temperature rarely falls below -18°F or rises above 90°F.

Culture

Originally the area was a part of Sioux territory and was an early stopping point for steamboats traveling on the Red River in the 1870s and 1880s. It started to prosper after the arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad and Fargo became known as the ‘Gateway to the West.’

Things To Do in Fargo

Visit a museum

The Plain Arts Museum in downtown Fargo exhibits an impressive collection spread over 56,000 square feet of space. It has a permanent collection of 3000 works of contemporary local and national art including traditional folk art and traditional Native American Art. It boasts works by Andy Warhol, David Bradley, Edward S. Curtis, and George Morrison. The Rolling Plains Art Gallery is a semi-trailer that performs as a moving art gallery. It takes pieces from the museum’s collection to communities outside Fargo.

Enjoy a show at a theater

Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the Fargo Theater was built in 1926 in the Art Deco style as a space for vaudeville theater and cinema. It was refurbished in 1999 and today serves as a venue for dance performances, musical concerts, theatrical plays, and comedy shows. It has a seating capacity of 870 in the orchestra area and balcony. The Fargo Museum is well known for showcasing foreign and independent films and has hosted the Fargo Film Festival in March since 2001. It is a perfect venue for a date night in town.

Take the kids to a zoo

The Red River Zoo lies on 33 acres of beautifully landscaped space and has more than 500 trees and shrubs creating an oasis in the midst of the urban cityscape. Around 300 animals of 75 species call it their home, living in enclosures resembling their natural habitats. These include exotic and native animals like amphibians, birds, fish, reptiles, and mammals. Special encounters are organized to interact with red pandas, porcupines, or baby camels.

Eating Out in Fargo

Cork n Cleaver is an award-winning Southwestern-themed steakhouse serving succulent chicken and pork steaks and ocean-fresh seafood. Originating as a coffee shop, Luna Fargo is a bustling hotspot offering delightful pastries and coffee in the morning and salads, soups, sandwiches, and other healthy options for lunch and dinner. Mezzaluna is an elegant fine dining restaurant where you can spend an intimate evening enjoying the seasonally inspired menu with European influences.

Fargo Transport

Airport

Fargo is served by the Hector International Airport, (FAR) which is a civil-military public airport located 3 miles northwest of Fargo.

Getting Around Fargo

The public transport system available in Fargo consists of MATBUS, which operates Monday through Saturday on 25 routes to provide you with convenient and affordable transportation.

Most locals and visitors, however, prefer to bring their own car or rent one locally for maximum comfort and flexibility. The most popular car rental agencies in Fargo include Alamo, Budget, and Enterprise.

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FAQs about car rental in Fargo

Most frequently asked questions about renting a car in Fargo

The average daily cost of renting a car in Fargo is just $54.
Prices for Fargo car rentals start from just $45 when booking in advance with Enjoy Travel.
You must be at least 21 to rent a car in Fargo (and all of North Dakota). You may need to pay a surcharge if you are under the age of 25.
Additional drivers can be added to your Fargo car rental agreement - check with your rental provider.
An economy-size vehicle such as a Chevrolet Spark is best for getting around Fargo.
The distance from Fargo to Minot is of 135 miles.
The distance from Fargo to Bismarck is of 30 miles.
The distance from Fargo to Grand Forks is of 150 miles.
Fargo belongs to Cass county.
Speed limit in Fargo is 70 mph (four-lane divided highways).
Fargo has an area of 49.74 square miles.
Fargo is famous for its vibrant downtown of unique lodging.
The temperature in Fargo typically varies from 2°F to 83°F.