Grand Forks is North Dakota's third most populous city, following Fargo and Bismarck. Like Fargo, Grand Forks also sits on the Red River of the North, Interstate 29 and the Minnesota border. Although divided by the river and state lines, Grand Forks extends into the east with Minnesota's East Grand Forks. Grand Forks is also home to the University of North Dakota, the Alerus Center and a large park system on either side of the river called the Greater Grand Forks Greenway. Homes for rent in Grand Forks are about an hour and 15 minutes from both the Canadian border in the north and Fargo to the south.
Grand Forks offers families a chance to live between state lines, on the banks of one of the most important Midwestern rivers.
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