Minot, pronounced "My-Knot", is the fourth largest community in North Dakota. Though Minot serves as a major hub for the northern part of North Dakota, Friendly locals continue to instill small-town values around the community. This delicate balance of modern technology coupled with small town allure creates the perfect atmosphere for residents and vacationers.
Minot's booming transportation system resulted in the influx of growth during the early 1900's that laid claim to the city's nickname of the "Magic" city. The area soon became a powerhouse for agriculture, finances, education, industry and transportation. It is from this dynamic growth that Minot earned the title of All-American City in 1992.
Points of Interest
Golfing: With four full 18-hole courses in the area, Minot offers golfers numerous options for recreation. Souris Valley Golf Course, Minot Country Club, Apple Grove Golf Course and Wildwood Golf Course provide golfers with unique terrains and challenges for even the most experienced golfer. North Dakota's beautiful scenery provides a calming serenity to each of the courses 18 holes.
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- NoDak Speedway and Dakota Flat Track
- Roosevelt Park Zoo
- Minot Symphony Orchestra
- Railroad Museum
- Dakota Square Mall