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Combining elements of lush outdoors and proximity to one of the most happening cities in North Dakota, Lindenwood Park Campground off I-94 welcomes you to its heavily wooded motorhome camping sites along the Red River, evoking a "wilderness feeling" while providing facilities and amenities to make your stay pleasant all throughout. Roll in on the paved drive, and connect your RV rental to electricity and water hookups. Before leaving, empty your camper rental at the dump station. You’ll find restrooms in the Information Center Building.
Hot showers and well-earned treats from the concession welcome you at the end of an adventure-filled day. With firewood sold on-site, fire pits, and picnic tables, you can also set up a meal outdoors and swap stories around the warmth of a campfire. If you need a bigger place, picnic shelters are provided. Playground facilities (including an ADA-accessible playground), bike trails and rentals, and softball diamonds entertain active kids and prepare them for the abundant entertainment that the Fargo-Moorhead area has to offer.
Fargo sits up against the Minnesota border, separated only from Moorhead, MN by the winding Red River. So when you book an RV rental near Fargo, you get to enjoy the wonderful outdoors of both states. One of the closest is Buffalo River State Park, across the state line by half an hour’s drive when you’re RV camping at Lindenwood Park Campground. Listen to the calls of bobolinks, marbled godwits, and prairie chicken. Or sink a line into the river and land white sucker, river redhorse, and goldeye. For a meditative nature walk, follow the Prairie View Trail through rust-colored grasses and bright yellow wildflowers.
Grasses and sedges are not a "great blank," as one Victorian English novelist once remarked about the prairies. The Bluestem Prairie Scientific and Natural Area adjacent to the Buffalo River State Park teems with birdlife to disprove that claim. Keep your eyes and ears sharp for the twittering and fluttering of the area’s feathered residents: more than 115 species of birds have been seen in this 2,855-acre prairie, with species like the greater prairie-chicken, Henslow's sparrow, and loggerhead shrike making regular appearances. A walk through tall grasses reveals blossoming pasqueflowers in April through the last gentians in September.
To see where the prairie meets the hardwood forest in North Dakota, drive your Fargo camper rental to Fort Ransom State Park within 90 minutes’ drive of your campsite at Lindenwood Park Campground. Named after a military fort built here in the 1860s, the park is located in an area once home to various Native American tribes. Launch a kayak on the river in summer, or put on your skis and explore the forest tracks in the winter. Part of the North Country National Scenic Trail cuts through the park, so lace up your hiking boots and fill your lungs with oxygen as you walk under towering trees of the scenic and heavily wooded Sheyenne River Valley.
When you book an RV rental near Lindenwood Park Campground, you’re right in the orbit of one of the most happening cities in North Dakota. Whatever your interests, you likely won’t find a shortage of entertainment options in the city. Get your bearings on a stroll around the downtown area brimming with music venues, bookstores, and restaurants serving cuisines ranging from Scandinavian staples to Middle Eastern to the must-try bison burger. Food trucks also serve up Mexican favorites and American eats.
If you're into hearty IPAs, Fargo's bubbling craft beer scene will satisfy. And if you're partial to wines and ciders, grapes and regional fruits grown in the Great Plains find their way into Fargo's bars and restaurants. The Fargo-Moorhead area bustles with beer and food festivals, sporting events, live music, and performing arts throughout the year, a good reason for Fargo campers to plan their trips around events that interest them most. But even on a regular day, Fargo's cache of artwork alone is worth carving out time for.
Start at the Plains Art Museum, where works by the local Lakota and Sioux are on display, including American Indian and traditional folk art as well as national and regional contemporary art. Among its thousands of permanent collections are legacies by celebrated artists like Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, and Salvador Dalí.
For architecture enthusiasts, a walk down Fargo's Broadway Drive is a must to admire the Fargo Theatre built in the Art Deco style. See some performances here, or ask a staff member for permission to view the theater interior if you can’t. Film fans, of course, shouldn’t miss the notorious woodchipper at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center. Fargo earned fame in the 1990s when a film of the same name was released to commercial and critical acclaim. Along the same vein, see whose celebrity handprints, footprints, and signatures are on the Walk of Fame located outside the Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center.
Kids are not left behind, of course. Take them to the Red River Zoo to see Chinese red pandas, wolves, and prairie dogs, among the more than 80 species housed in the zoo. For aviation fans of all ages, the Fargo Air Museum has enough collection to fill two airplane hangars, so make time to see the most interesting displays.
With one of the largest cities in North Dakota right outside your campground's gates, you’d be tempted to linger longer than planned. But Fargo is the gateway to the West, so you’re barely scratching the surface. Find campsites near Red River Valley and put your RV rental in Fargo, North Dakota, to good use. Then drive all the way to the state capital, Bismarck, and beyond. You won’t regret that you did.