Red River of the North

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Red River of the North
Rivière Rouge / Rivière Rouge du Nord
Red River of the North at Fargo, ND.jpg
The Red River in Fargo–Moorhead, seen from the Fargo side of the river.
Countries United States, Canada
Regions Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba
The Red River drainage basin, with the Red River highlighted
The Red River drainage basin, with the Red River highlighted

The Red River of the North is in North America. It starts between the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota. It starts where the Bois de Su River and Otter Tail River come together. It goes north through the Red River Valley. It is the border between North Dakota and Minnesota. It goes through Manitoba, Canada. It ends in Lake Winnipeg. From Lake Winnipeg, the water goes to the Nelson River. Then it ends in the Hudson Bay. The Red River flows through the cities Fargo-Moorhead and Grand Forks in the United States.