Are you looking for some fun, outdoors activities to do in Fargo, North Dakota this fall? You will find plenty fall foliage events to keep you busy here, as long as you know where to look. To begin with, you can try some bicycling at Island Park, camping in Lindenwood Park, or you might make a trip to the Red River Zoo.
Fall Foliage Destinations: Events at the Red River Zoo in Fargo, ND
The Red River Zoo is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and, after Labor Day, their weekend hours are from noon until 4:00 p.m. There are some fun, educational programs for kids (ages four to six) happening this fall at the zoo from Wolf Talk to a Barrel of Monkeys. There are also ZooVentures for the whole family, such as a fun wolf overnight adventure. Rates may vary; see their website for details.
Fall Foliage Destinations: Camping at Lindenwood Park in Fargo, ND
Who doesn’t enjoy spending the weekend camping in the great outdoors? The weather might be a little chilly, but you will still be able to enjoy Fargo’s foliage at Lindenwood Park this autumn. Nestled along the Red River, the campground is conveniently located just off I-94, Exit 351. Campground conveniences include: electricity, restrooms, hot showers, picnic tables, running water, fire pits, two playground facilities, and bike trails. See their website for more information, and to make your reservation.
Fall Foliage Destinations: Bicycling at Island Park in Fargo, ND
Imagine a relaxing bike ride through Island Park in the fall. If you don’t own a bike, check out Island Park Cycles at the Great Northern Depot (click ‘Island Park’ above for website). In fact, there are several days this fall that Fargo-Moorhead will be closing five miles of street for you to bike, walk, and run. There will be fun activities, healthy food, and entertainment in the parks along the way. The next Streets Alive is on Sunday, September 19, 2010 from noon until 5:00 p.m. Visit the Streets Alive! website for more information.
There are plenty more fall foliage events to attend and activities to pursue in Fargo, North Dakota, but these are three of the best. If you are an animal lover, make a trip to the local zoo for some fun, family-friendly events. Do you enjoy the great outdoors? Then camp at Lindenwood Park this fall. If you love to bike, walk, or run, check out Fargo-Moorhead’s Streets Alive event on September 19.