Fargo is a wonderful city, great shopping, yummy restaurants, plenty of entertainment, and friendly people.
Great shopping at reasonable prices,love Hornbachers, friendly and helpful clerks. Lots of things to do in town and where ever you go there is parking!
Our quality of life, our economic health, crisp clean air with a lot of land to roam is a source of envy. The thing I love most about living and working here is the diversity in people, thoughts and differences! The big city amenties are a perk we are fortunate to be North Dakota largest city. Oh and were are pretty proud of our movie and the success of The Woodchipper in Fargo; of course!
The term 'North Dakota nice' is an understatement of the kindness found in people in Fargo. I grew up here, and it wasn’t until I travelled around the world, that I realized how friendly and welcoming people in this area truly are. Pick up Marc de Celle's book "How Fargo of You" for his touching stories and experiences of everyday people showing kindness in extraordinary ways.
Moved to Fargo from New York City 3 years ago. Everyone back home thought I had lost my mind. I love Fargo--(yes, even the weather!!).