This image shows the playground at Rabanus Park.
This image shows the basketball courts at Rabanus Park.
This image shows a map of Rabanus Park.
This image shows the playground at Rabanus Park.
This image shows the basketball courts at Rabanus Park.
This image shows a map of Rabanus Park.

Rabanus Park features basketball and sand volleyball courts, grill and picnic tables, a playground and a shelter with restrooms, electricity and water. It's located on the site of the Fargo Project.

Reservations

Interested in renting a shelter? Visit the reservation page. 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 registrations/rentals and login 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 10AM – 9PM 

Click here for the rental form.

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 Fargo Project

"The Fargo Project provides opportunities for local government to respond and work with the community and identify needs through a participatory process. With water as the vehicle for connecting people to the land, the approach intentionally activates our collective creative agency. Artists, neighbors, engineers, landscape architects, and ecologists, work together to develop a solution to transform a neighborhood stormwater basin that fits their unique needs as a community. 

"The World Garden Commons at Rabanus Park is the first installation of The Fargo Project, a collaboration between artists and residents to transform a 18-acre stormwater basin into an ecological community commons. While the basin continues to hold stormwater during summer rains, added benefits of the Commons include improvements in water quality, pathways to connect the neighborhood, and beauty to benefit community." 

To learn more, visit the Fargo Project website.