This seven diamond complex is located within scenic Lindenwood Park along the Red River. There are six softball and youth baseball fields and one full size baseball diamond. These ball fields are used by Babe Ruth Baseball as well as several youth baseball and adult slow pitch leagues.
Lindenwood Park is the largest multi-use park in Fargo with five picnic shelters, six softball diamonds, a baseball diamond, beautifully landscaped campground, bike rentals, restrooms, and a fully adaptive playground for people of all abilities.
It is the mission of the Fargo Park District to provide quality recreational and leisure services at an affordable price to improve the quality of life for all residents of Fargo. www.fargoparks.com Before you head to Fargo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Fargo online road trip planner , to make sure you see all that Fargo has to offer, including Lindenwood Park.
Lindenwood Park Reviews
I had imagined a little less commercial advertising for this light display. Each installment of lights was nice, but each had a large commercial advertising sign that was incredibly distracting... more »
Located on the Red River it has a nice bike trail system to run, bike, explore as well as two great playgrounds that are really kid friendly. If you like camping you can bring your tent or camper... more »
This is a beautiful park that has lots of opportunities to walk around and enjoy the river, nature, and various playgrounds. The first playground you come up to when driving into the park is absolutely fantastic. It's wheelchair accessible and has wheelchair access up onto the playground equipment. There are also two other playgrounds in the park that I know of! Great place to go and have fun!
What a fun place for kids to play. All children would love and enjoy this park, as it is handicapped accessible as well. My kids had a blast, but we had to cut out early when a group daycare of about 30 showed up. Just not enough space on top of the 30+ already there.
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