Overview of Cando
The small community of Cando is located in Towner County, North Dakota. Coined the "Duck Capital of North Dakota," Cando is centrally located in the Prairie Pothole Regions, making the community a perfect place for hunting enthusiasts. Cando is surrounded by natural beauty as it sits just along the United States/Canada border. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, about 1,100 people call Cando home. People looking for Cando apartments for rent will love this beautiful locale in the Peace Garden State.
Living in Cando, ND
Towner County is one of the youngest counties in North Dakota, as it was organized in 1883. Its population went through several growth spurts throughout the early history of the county - once in 1884 and again in 1894.
People looking for Cando apartments will enjoy the low overall cost of living, which is 13 percent lower than the national average. Residents also have a very low average commute time of 14 minutes, about half of the national average.
The top industry in Towner County is agriculture, although the region also boasts several manufacturing facilities. One of the region's top employers is the Towner County Medical Center.
Nature is at its finest in Cando, and residents typically spend their time outdoors no matter what time of year. In recent years, there has been an increase of public lands at the Nikolaisen Waterfowl Production Area and Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge.
Cando Attractions and Special Events
Although Cando may be located far from city amenities, there is plenty to do within the community. It is a perfect spot for world-class fishing, big game, waterfowl hunting and bird watching, as well as golfing at the town's nine hole course.
Residents in Cando can visit the Pioneer Museum, Dale & Martha Hawk Museum, or the Audi Theatre.
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