Moorhead Parks and Recreation programs and events
impacted by COVID-19
Moorhead Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of programming, special events, facilities, and park land. The City of Moorhead provides over 45 different community, neighborhood, and regional parks, miles of trails and sidewalks for walking, biking, cross country skiing, and more, plus facilities for athletics, education, arts, and other recreational activities. Moorhead Parks and Recreation has something for everyone!
Scholarships are available to Moorhead youth seeking financial assistance for parks and recreation programming. Download an application on our Scholarship page
Virtual & Outdoor Recreation Programs
Moorhead Parks and Recreation is now offering a variety of online and outdoor programs to help stay active this summer! Visit our Virtual and Outdoor Recreation Programs webpage for more information and to register today!
Moorhead Community Fund
Moorhead is a true "hometown" community that continues to grow and improve. With help from the FM Area Foundation, the City of Moorhead is seeking to fund a variety of amenities, activities, and artistic and cultural experiences for our residents and visitors. For more information and donation opportunities for specific projects within our city, visit our Moorhead Community Fund page.
The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to enrich the lives of its citizens by providing a comprehensive system of parks and affordable, diverse recreation programs that encourage health, fitness, relaxation, and cultural enrichment, as well as providing opportunities for community involvement.
Program Cancellation/Postponements/Rescheduled Announcements:
Please visit the Covid-19 Announcements section for more program and event information.
Updated July 15, 2020
Gooseberry/Lindenwood Parks: lowered and accessible
Memorial/Oak Grove Parks: lowered and accessible
Woodlawn/Dike East Floating Bridge: installed and accessible