North Dakota is home to many diverse zip codes that are spread throughout the state. The largest zip code in the state is 58102, which encompasses much of downtown Fargo. This zip code covers a large area and contains some of the most well-known landmarks in the state, such as North Dakota State University and the Fargodome. Other notable zip codes include 58103, which covers much of south Fargo and includes some of the city’s most popular shopping centers, restaurants, and other attractions; 58501, which encompasses much of Bismarck; and 58601, which covers a large portion of Dickinson. There are also zip codes that cover rural areas throughout North Dakota, including small towns like Grand Forks and Minot. These rural areas often have different amenities than those found in larger cities like Fargo or Bismarck. For example, many smaller towns may have fewer options when it comes to shopping or dining out but offer more natural beauty with nearby lakes or rivers for outdoor activities.
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The top five cities of North Dakota are Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, and West Fargo. Each of these cities offers something unique to visitors and residents alike.
Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota with a population of 118,523 people as of 2019. It is home to many attractions such as the Red River Zoo, Plains Art Museum, and the Bonanzaville Pioneer Village. Additionally, there are plenty of outdoor activities such as biking and hiking trails throughout the city. Fargo also has a vibrant nightlife with clubs and bars open late into the night for those looking for a good time.
Bismarck is the capital city of North Dakota with a population of 72,415 people as of 2019. It offers many cultural attractions such as Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park which houses several historic buildings related to George Armstrong Custer’s military career during the American Civil War. There are also plenty of outdoor activities available in Bismarck including fishing in Lake Oahe or exploring one of its many parks like Sertoma Park or Harmon Lake Park.
Grand Forks is located on the Red River with a population of 53,857 people as of 2019. It is home to University of North Dakota which gives it a college town vibe that attracts young professionals from all over the country looking for work or educational opportunities. Grand Forks also hosts several annual festivals like Riverfest which celebrates music and culture along with food vendors and carnival rides for visitors to enjoy.
Minot is located on the banks of Souris River with a population 51,826 people as of 2019. The city has become known for its Air Force base which was established in 1940 and still serves an important role today in providing national defense services to our country’s citizens. Minot also offers some great recreational activities such as golfing at Minot Country Club or visiting Roosevelt Park Zoo which houses over 40 different species from around the world.
Finally, West Fargo is located just outside Fargo with a population 36,727 people as of 2019. The city offers plenty to do including its historic downtown area where visitors can explore unique shops and restaurants or take part in one its many events like West Fest which celebrates music, food trucks and artisans from throughout North Dakota each year. Additionally there are plenty outdoor activities available in West Fargo such as kayaking on Sheyenne River or taking part in one its many hiking trails that provide scenic views throughout the area.
North Dakota is home to 53 counties. Cass County is the most populous county in the state with over 191,000 residents. Located in the eastern part of the state, it is home to Fargo, the largest city in North Dakota. It is also home to two major universities – North Dakota State University and Minnesota State University Moorhead. Grand Forks County is located in northeast North Dakota and has an estimated population of over 64,000 people. This county is home to the city of Grand Forks, which is home to both the University of North Dakota and Grand Forks Air Force Base. Stark County can be found in southwestern North Dakota and has a population of just over 24,000 people. Dickinson serves as its county seat and it’s known for its rich history and cultural heritage. Burleigh County can be found in South Central North Dakota with an estimated population of nearly 94,000 people. The county seat is Bismarck, which serves as the state capital and largest city in the state. Williams County can be found in northwestern North Dakota with a population of just over 22,500 people. Williston serves as its county seat and it’s known for being an oil boomtown due to its large oil reserves discovered there during 2008-2010 period. Additionally, McKenzie County can be found at the western edge of North Dakota with an estimated population of nearly 8,700 people. Watford City serves as its county seat and it’s known for being one of America’s fastest growing towns due to its booming economy fueled by energy production from oil reserves discovered there during 2008-2010 period