1905 Roger Maris Drive
Fargo, ND 58103
Lindenwood Park is the largest multi-use park in Fargo with five picnic shelters, a beautifully landscaped campground, bike & kayak rentals, restrooms, and two playgrounds including a fully adaptive playground for people of all abilities. There is a pedestrian bridge connected to Moorhead's Gooseberry Park
Learn more about Lindenwood Park:
Shelters & Reservations
Interested in renting a shelter? Requests can be made starting the first business day of the year. Rentals are for May 1 - October 1.
Rentals must be made at least 3 business days in advance. The Park District has a NO REFUND policy. Please go to reservation page to view pricing and reserve your shelter online. Fees are subject to change. Additional fees may apply.
RENTALS ARE FULL DAYS ONLY
Rental times are 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Request for shelters can be made over the phone, 701-499-6060; or stop by the Fargo Park District office at 701 Main Avenue, Fargo, ND 58103. Payment is due at the time a reservation is made.
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.
These three individual shelters accommodate approximately 20 people each. There is electricity in the shelters and a small charcoal grill located outside of each of the shelters. A Group Consumption Permit is available in conjunction with paid rental.
This shelter is located next to the Rotary Playground. It accommodates approximately 160 people. There is electricity and a large grill at this shelter. A Group Consumption Permit for Alcohol is available in conjunction with a paid rental.
The FM Rotary Foundation and the Fargo Park District are proud of the Universal Playground at Lindenwood Park. The Universal Playground is accessible to all children of all abilities and is the only playground of this magnitude in this region.
Traditional and skating trails. For more information and updates on when trails are groomed visit the cross country ski page.
The Lindenwood Kayak Launch is adaptive and fully ADA compliant, allowing for a wide variety of users to enjoy the benefits of non-motorized water sports on the Red River.
The launch is designed for launching non-motorized watercraft on a steady footing. Users are spared the mess and inconvenience of traversing through clay-like mud along the riverbank.
Kayak rentals are available at Lindenwood Park, learn more here.
Take a walk in Lindenwood Park & spot the different tree species with the Lindenwood Park Tree Tour & Map.