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Looking for something to do this beautiful weekend or any other fall weekend? Grab the kids, spouse, or some friends and head out for Fun in the Forks.
Paradise Stables // 20753 440th Ave SW, East Grand Forks
Patrons can enjoy lots of games and activities + live animals such as donkeys, lambs, emus, goats, potbelly pigs, alpacas, ponies and more. The Patch also has over 70,000 pounds of Pumpkins/Squash/Gourds! Be sure to come hungry, as they have rotating food trucks on-site every day. Hours are 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Friday, 11 AM to 7 PM on Saturday and 11 AM to 5 PM on Sunday.
42969 160th Street SW, East Grand Forks
A day of fun here includes a 15-acre Corn Maze, Corn Box, Rat Rollers, Hoop'n Holler Ball Zone, Giant Slide, Grain Wagon Train, Wall Ball Mazes, Giant Yard Games, Spider Web, Corn Hole, Tetherball, Straw Pyramid and so much more! Hours are Saturday, from 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday, from 1 to 6 PM.
2448 20th Avenue NE, Emerado
Bring the whole family out to enjoy fall goods and decorations, farm animals, haunted house, hayrides, bounce house, corn mazes and much more! Hours are 11 AM to 6 PM.
Alerus Center // 1200 South 42nd Street, Grand Forks
With Fall comes Football, and our talented University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks Football team will have home field advantage at the Alerus Center against the following opponents:
Don't forget to come out early wearing your UND Green for the tailgating action, and enjoy food, beverages and tons of fun!
22 Miles West of Grand Forks on Highway 2, Arvilla
This 784-acre wooded park was named for the mud and snapper turtles once found in abundance in the streams. Today, the entire park is a natural sanctuary with 12 miles of trails carved through the forested hills and along the Turtle River.
Special events aren't just for the summer months either; just check out this cool fall happenings:
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