city in the U.S. state of North Dakota

Hillsboro[dead link] is a town in the Red River Valley of North Dakota. Its population is 1,563 people.

Get in

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  • By car via interstate highway I-29.
  • By plane, Hillsboro Municipal Airport, +1 701 436-4752

Get around

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  • Traill County Museum, +1 701 636-5571. Features variety of collections, including local and regional history, rural school building, agriculture, music and Norwegian displays. Open June–August, Saturday-Monday, 2PM-5PM. Admission: $2 Plummer House, $2 agricultural building.
  • Hillsboro Antique Tractor Pull (Pioneer building, west side of Hillsboro), +1 701 436-5568.Annual during Hillsboro Days, usually the third weekend of June.

Drink

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Sleep

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  • Hillsboro Campground and RV Park (At the I-29 interchange in Hillsboro), +1 701 436-5205, toll-free: +1-888-430-5205, . Open May 1 to October 15. Tent camping, 34 RV sites with full hook-ups, shower, 12 pull through sites, laundry, restrooms, snack bar. Wireless internet service available.
  • Hillsboro Inn (At the I-29 interchange, exit 104 in Hillsboro), +1 701 436-5501, fax: +1 701 436-4509. 21 rooms, coffee, CATV, next to restaurant.

Go next

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Routes through Hillsboro
WinnipegGrand Forks  N    S  ArgusvilleFargo
WashburnCooperstown ← Jct N   S  W   E  → becomes   → Jct N   S → Jct N   SItasca State Park


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