Celebrate the changing of seasons at the final weekend of the Fall in Fargo event on September 26-27 at Rheault Farm. This year’s Fall in Fargo is a condensed, express version of the fun, family-friendly event that you know and love. Redesigned to encourage social distancing, the event offers fall opportunities for the whole family and provides ways to keep the fall fun going on your own. The hours are Saturdays from 10:00 am-5:00 pm and Sundays from 12:00-5:00 pm. Masks are strongly encouraged at the event.

Families can also grab their pumpkin during the week! The pumpkin patch is open on September 23-24 from 4:00-6:00 pm. Keep in mind, Essentia Health is performing testing in the Rheault Farm parking lot Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. 

This year, the event is tailored with COVID-19 precautions for the whole family. The “express” event set up is designed to keep attendees rotating through the planned outdoor activities. Activities this year include: 

  • Screen-print your own fall themed item (bring your own light-colored t-shirt or purchase a tote bag for $5.00)
  • Stroll through the pumpkin patch and purchase the perfect pumpkin to bring home while supplies last
  • View the farm animals from Rusty K Ranch
  • Snap a family photo in front of our many Fall backdrops

Bring home even more fall family fun with a purchase of the Fall in Fargo Take-and-Make Kit. Kits are $5.00 and include:

  • Pumpkin decorating kit
  • DIY leaf bandanna kit
  • Temporary tattoo
  • Activity booklet

Credit cards, Android Pay and Apple Pay are all accepted and preferred for the Take-and-Make Kits and pumpkin purchases.

Plus, continue the fall celebration virtually as part of the mobile scavenger hunt. The Fall in Fargo GooseChase Scavenger Hunt starts September 19 as well and ends October 3, so download the GooseChase app in your app store and start your hunt at Fall in Fargo event. Use code R7ZXDJ to play. Join the scavenger hunt and see how many points you can collect! 

Rheault Farm is located at 2902 25th Street S. For more information, visit FargoParks.com or contact the Fargo Park District at 701-499-6060.