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Grand Forks Trip Guide

Grand Forks is a small city that’s a big destination for sporting events and festivals.

What to do

Alerus Center It brings in entertainment and sports teams, including the Harlem Globetrotters, and other special events. (701) 792-1200;

Devils Lake This lake between Minot and Grand Forks has been expanding in recent years. The result is fantastic fishing as the flooded land provides hiding spots for northern pike, walleye and perch. (800) 233-8048;

Shopping Head to Kittsona for party dresses, bold jewelry and bags. AllisoNicole’s Interior Design Showroom and Floral Shop sells clothes, jewelry and knickknacks. (701) 746-0444;

Grand Cities Art Fest More than 160 artists, two food courts and live entertainment on two stages star at the annual event in June. (701) 772-3710;

King’s Walk Golf Course Prairie views enhance play on the 18 holes designed by Arnold Palmer to echo the feel of courses in Scotland and Ireland. (701) 787-5464;

Ralph Engelstad Arena It’s known for its granite floors and ultracomfy seats. University of North Dakota hockey games regularly sell out, and national shows stop here. (701) 777-4167;

Where to eat

Rhombus Guys Quirky choices like smoked salmon with feta and olives top the 30 pizzas. There’s a location in Fargo as well. (701) 787-7317;

Rhombus Guys

Rhombus Guys.

The Toasted Frog Eclectic best describes the menu—one section is devoted just to lavosh. Choose from the 20-plus martinis served in the lounge. Bismarck has a branch, too. (701) 772-3764;

Where to stay

Canad Inns Casino time pleases grown-ups; the indoor water park, Splasher’s of the South Seas, thrills kids. Aaltos has a well-stocked buffet for breakfast, lunch or dinner. (888) 332-2623; 

511 Reeves—A Bed and Breakfast Enjoy the quiet of a tree-lined street in a historic district while sipping lemonade on the front porch of this antiques-filled 1901 home. (701) 775-3585

More information: (701) 746-0444;


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