city in Pierce County, North Dakota, United States

Rugby is a city in the Lakes and Gardens region of North Dakota, with a population of about 2900 people. It is located about halfway between Minot and Devils Lake.

Geographical center of North America
Rugby Station
Northern Lights Tower

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US Highway 2 runs along the south side of town. West about 60 miles is Minot. East about the same distance is Devils Lake. US 2 crosses Interstate 29 in Grand Forks.

North Dakota Highway 3 runs North to Dunseith and the International Peace Garden. Brandon, on Trans-Canada 1, is about 2 and a half hours from Rugby.

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See also: Rail travel in the United States

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If you come into town by train, you'll have to walk or hitch around town. There isn't any public transport, taxi service, or car rental. Not that this can be a bad thing if, say, you had a rail pass and wanted to spend a day in small-town North Dakota.

However, the more timid may want to take the train to Minot, rent a car, and circle back.

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The Geographical Center of North America cairn, at the intersection of US 2 and ND 3. The actual center of the continent is some 6 miles west of nearby Balta, but you really have to be a stickler to get there.

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  • Spirit Lake Casino.

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Rugby has a number of small shops, mostly located downtown, which is around the train station, and about 2 miles north of Highway 2.

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Routes through Rugby
SpokaneMinot  W   E  Devils LakeFargo
MinotTowner  W   E  Churchs FerryGrand Forks
Dunseith ← Jct   E ← Jct   E  N   S  BaltaSteele

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