Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota and a major transportation hub in the northern United States. This Fargo map displays highways/roads, points of reference, and a list of top things to do traveling there.

But first, tour the city with our interactive map of Fargo to see where you want to go. It’s provided by Google Maps for you to see in a Fargo ND map.

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Interactive Map of Fargo

Fargo Road Map

Interstate Highways: I-29, I-94

US Highways: 10, 16, 20, 24, 81, 294

Major Roads: 1st Ave, 3rd St, 5th Ave, 5th St, 6th Ave, 7th Ave, 8th Ave, 9th St, 10th St, 12th Ave, 13 1/2 St, 13th Ave, 15th Ave, 16, 17th Ave, 18th St, 19th Ave, 20th Ave, 24th Ave, 25th Ave, 25th St, 26th Ave, 28th Ave, 29th Ave, 32nd Ave, 32nd St, 35th Ave, 40th Ave, 45th St, 52nd Ave, 100th Ave, Broadway St, Dakota Dr, Elm St, Gateway Cir, Great Northern Dr, Joe Parmer Dr, Main Ave, Maple St, Meadowlark Ln, Prairiewood Dr, University Dr, Westrac Dr

10 Things To Do in Fargo

Fargo is known for its museums like Bonanzaville USA, consisting of 42 buildings on 12 acres of land. Otherwise, it’s filled with unique parks and of course the Red River Zoo.

If you travel to Fargo, North Dakota, here are our top 10 travel recommendations.

1. Bonanzaville USA
2. Red River Zoo
3. Lindenwood Park
4. Fargo Air Museum
5. Children’s Museum-Yunker Farm
6. Hjemkomst Center
7. Plains Art Museum
8. Roger Maris Museum
9. Island Park
10. Trefoil Park

Fargo Reference Map

Airport: Hector International Airport (FAR)

Cities: Briarwood, Dilworth, Fargo, Frontier, Harwood, Horace, Moorhead, North River, Prairie Rose, Reile’s Acres, Sabin, West Fargo

Water Features: Red River

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