Address: 170 Maple Street N
One of Fargo's oldest parks, this is an ideal place to have a family picnic or class reunion. The state's larges horseshoe complex is located in Oak Grove Park. The 36-acre park has an 18 hole disc golf course, three picnic shelters, playground, tennis courts, pickleball court, bike trails and one of three bike bridges across the Red River. For a map of the Oak Grove Primitive Trail, click here;note: the section by the bridge is not open due to construction on the bridge.
Interested in renting a shelter? Check out its availability here.
Request for shelters can be made over the phone, 701-499-6060; mailed or dropped off at our office at 701 Main Avenue, Fargo, ND 58103; or faxed to 701-499-7771. Payment is due at the time a reservation is made. Picnic packs available.
MAIN SHELTER (south)
This shelter accommodates approximately 150-200 people. There is electricity in the shelter, a large charcoal grill and the restrooms are attached to the shelter.A Group Consumption Permit for Alcohol is available in conjunction with a paid rental.
This shelter accommodates 75-100 people. There is electricity in the shelter, a large charcoal grill and the restrooms are located next to the shelter, but are not attached. A Group Consumption Permit for Alcohol is available in conjunction with a paid rental.
First come first serve
Try the sport that is sweeping the nation, disc golf. The Fargo course at Oak Grove is 18 holes and free to play. All you need is a flying disc. It's great recreational fun for all ages. The course is open during park hours.
For information on disc rentals, call the Fargo Park District office at 701-499-6091.
For more information on disc golf leagues and tournaments, contact Josh Johnson 701-306-2816. .
For more information on Disc Golf check out these links: