Buffalo  is a small town in Cass County, in the eastern area of North Dakota between Fargo and Valley City. It has a population of about 209 people. Coordinates are Latitude 46.92N & Longitude 97.55W.
Buffalo celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2005.
- By car: exit 314 off I-94, and north 2 miles on state highway 38.
- Buffalo Creek State Historic Site, 2 1/2 miles northwest of Buffalo, ND, +1-701-633-8586 (fax: +1-701-633-5227, email: email@example.com), . Marker designates area crossed by Gen. Henry H. Sibley and his military expedition on August 16, 1863. His expedition included 3,300 soldiers and 200 wagons in a column five miles long.
- Old Stone Church Heritage Center. Tu 6PM-8PM, F 1PM-4PM, Sa 1PM-3PM. Built in 1885 as Calvary Episcopal Chapel, the Old Stone Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It hosts a variety of local and traveling museum exhibits, a library, and a museum store.
- Corner Cafe, 101 Main St,+1-701-633-5155, .
- Old 10 Saloon, 407 Main St, +1-701-633-5317, .
- Buffalo House Bed & Breakfast, 305 N 3rd St, +1-701-663-5688. Historic home in the center of Buffalo.
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