Spend the Weekend Camping at Lindenwood Park
Over the years, Lindenwood Park has evolved into one of the most popular parks in the area. The park began as a small parcel of land, which was donated to the City of Fargo in the 1930s. The park was originally used as a place for citizens of Fargo to enjoy the outdoors, such as fishing and picnicking. Over the years, the park has evolved into a place for people of all ages and interests to enjoy the outdoors.
Lindenwood Campground is located in Fargo, North Dakota, and has been providing a place for people to enjoy the great outdoors. The campground has 47 campsites with electric and water hookups, along with other conveniences like a paved drive, electricity, picnic tables, running water, fire pits, hot showers, restrooms, two playground facilities, and bike trails. The park also has a disc golf course and many running and walking paths as well. The campground opens on April 29th. Make reservations now for the upcoming season! This park is a great opportunity to get the family outdoors and not have to leave town!
To make reservations at the campground, simply call the Lindenwood Campground at 701-232-3987, or fill out a Reservation Request Form online here. When you arrive at the campground you will be asked to check-in at the office. Check-in is at 2 PM and check-out is at 12 PM. The office building includes campground information, restrooms, and showers for the campers. They have concessions in the summer and firewood for the campground.
Campsite price is $35.00/night for electricity and water site. Sewer Dump Station - $5.00 Outside Firewood is Not Allowed- Firewood is available for purchase at the Information Center. The ban on outside firewood is to help prevent tree diseases from spreading throughout the country. Firewood is available for campers ($6.00/bundle). Campers are limited to no more than a 14-day stay per 30 day time period. For further clarification please contact Lindenwood Campground.
Enjoy all that Lindenwood park has to offer. Relax listen to the flow of the red river or have a picnic next to the river. There are many biking trails throughout Lindenwood park that also lead over to Gooseberry Park in Minnesota. Enjoying winding alongside the river, sightseeing, and bird watching. The park also has a Tree Tour that you can follow along with and explore the natural beauties of Lindenwood Park. Kayak the river using the park's awesome kayak/canoe launches.
Lindenwood Campground is one of the finest campgrounds in the Upper Midwest. The campground is conveniently located just off I-94, Exit 351 in Fargo for easy entrance for travelers. The heavily wooded campsite is nestled along the Red River, adding to the "wilderness feeling" of Lindenwood Park. Campground conveniences include paved drive, electricity, picnic tables, running water, fire pits, showers, restrooms, playground facilities, and bike trails. Plus, 47 campsites are provided with water and electricity. Believe me this place is wonderful in every aspect.
How To Get There
From our showroom location - 1721 East Main Ave
- Exit onto Main Ave
- Continue on Main Ave E
- Take I-29 S / US-81 S
- Exit63A-B and I-94 E to S Univeristy Dr
- Take exit 351 from I-94 E
Link for Google Maps available below
Pack the essentials, don't forget bug spray. Portable grills are nice to have, also camping mats for the ground and yard games are key!
- Yard Games
- Good walking shoes
- Fishing Poles
Plan an over night or the entire weekend! Lindenwood / Gooseberry has activities for all! Hit the bike trails early in the morning while its still cool. Drop the kayaks in for an afternoon on the river, and get your fire wood ready for the evening smores!
Where To Park
Lindenwood has 47 campsites available so make sure to call ahead and get your reservation before they are booked!
1955 Roger Maris Dr
Fargo , North Dakota 58103