Casselton is not quite a suburb of Fargo, but it is close enough for shopping and entertainment. In its early days it was called "the Nursery", "Goose Creek" and "Swan Creek", after the stream that ran through the area. In 1876, the railroad established a station called Casstown, after George Cass, president of the Northern Pacific Railway. The town of Casselton was incorporated and its post office established in 1876.
Exit 331 off I-94 and north on state highway 18.
- Maple River Winery (downtown Casselton), ☏ , fax: , email@example.com. Tours daily, Monday-Friday Saturdays during the summer, 10AM-5PM, evenings and weekends by appointment. Makes Rhubarb, Cherry, Apricot, Honey Apple,Dandelion, Elderberry, Highbush Cranberry, Honey Raspberry, Raspberry, Apple Jalapeño, Apple Cinnamon, Wild Plum, and Chokecherry wines
- Casselton Pizza Ranch, 638 Front St, ☏ .
- Gordy's Travel Plaza & Cafe, 15556 37th St SE, ☏ .
- Red Baron Lounge and Pizza Pub, 626 Front St (across from Governor's Park), ☏ . Ken and the crew make 100% real cheese pizzas on site. Enjoy the famous Siberian Tundra pizza with sauerkraut, Polish sausage, and black olives. A truly North Dakota Delight.
- Wild Knights Steakhouse, 610 Front St, ☏ .
- Dusty's Tavern, ☏ .
- T's Shamrock Bar, 15557 37th St SE, ☏ .
- Tinta Tawa Park Campground, Hwy 10 (NW corner of town), ☏ , fax: , firstname.lastname@example.org. Tent and RV camping.
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