city in North Dakota, USA
Max was founded in 1906 and was named after the son of the first postmaster of the town. The town's history is linked to the expansion of the Soo Line Railroad.
- By car: about 60 miles north of I-94 and Bismarck, via US Hy. 83.
- Lake Sakakawea (About 10 miles south of Max).
- Max Rodeo (Main Street and Sixth Avenue), ☏ . Celebrated 25th year in 2004.
- Unique Treasures, Highway 83 (at the south end of the Centennial Café).
- Centennial Cafe, Highway #83, ☏ .
- DJ's Lounge, Highway 83, ☏ . Open Monday to Saturday
- Johnny's Bar, 202 East Main St, ☏ .
- Max City Camper Park (Flower Street and 6th Ave), ☏ . Tent and RV camping. Open spring to fall. $10 per night.
- [formerly dead link] Tammy's Prairie Pines Bed and Breakfast, 2888 27th ST NW, ☏ . Farmhouse bed and breakfast, hunting lodging, special events.
|Routes through Max|
|Virden ← Minot ← Jct W ←||N S||→ Washburn → Bismarck|