Rheault Farm is home for a variety of festivals, events, rentals and classes all year long.

The house and barn were originally built in 1918-19 by owner Sanford Johnson with brick from Fargo Brick Co. Ernest Rheault bought the farm in 1949 and his son George continued to farm the land until 1979 when it was acquired by the Fargo Park District.

Currently Rheault Farm is 15 acres owned and operated by the Fargo Park District. Currently, the park has a picnic shelter, bunkhouse, playground, brick farmhouse, barn, granary, year round restrooms and a quonset.

Reservation Information

Interested in renting a shelter? Check out its availability here.

Click here for rental information 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.

The entire site can be rented for a company or organization's event.

ShelterPICNIC SHELTER - The picnic shelter seats up to 160 people. The park has a playground, restrooms and parking for 150 cars. The shelter has electricity and a serving bar.

A Group Consumption Permit for Alcohol is available in conjunction with a paid rental and security deposit.

BUNKHOUSE - On site there is also a bunkhouse available for rent to groups and organizations April through September. The space has room for up to 140 people. The facility has a prep kitchen and restrooms on site. A Group Consumption Permit of Alcohol is available with a security deposit.