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Batting Cages in Fargo ND

Batting Cages in Fargo ND

Facilities with Batting Cage   Bennett Park Address: 1900 58th Avenue S Baseball/Softball Basketball Batting Cage Multipurpose Field Outdoor Skating/Warming House Playground Tennis Brunsdale Park Address: 1702 27th Avenue S Baseball/Softball Batting Cage Multipurpose Field Outdoor Skating/Warming House Picnic Table Playground Restrooms Shelter – no reservations needed Soccer   Metro Recreation Center   Address: 3110 Main Avenue Phone: 701-499-6091   Archery Batting Cage Horseshoes Soccer  ...

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Dike West Skate Park Fargo, ND

Dike West Skate Park Fargo, ND

Open sunrise to sundown Skate Park Rules All persons entering the skate park are deemed to have agreed to indemnify, defend and save harmless the Fargo Park District, it’s officers, employees, agents and volunteers for, from and against any accident, injury, including death, and/or loss of property damage thereto sustained as a result of using the skate park. Enter at your own risk. • Skateboards, in-line skates and bikes only • Be alert and exercise common sense • Appropriate protective gear recommended • No additional obstacles allowed • Skate park surface is extremely dangerous when wet – Use Caution • Spectators are asked to watch from outside the skate park area • Graffiti or defacement of the facility is prohibited • Alcohol and/or drugs are prohibited • Keep food and drink outside the skate park area • No glass containers allowed • Amplified music is not allowed • Keep pets safe, leashed and outside the fenced area • Open from dawn to dusk • The skate park will be closed during seasonal weather conditions • SKATE AT YOUR OWN RISK   Dike West Address: 310 4th Street S Basketball Concessions Restrooms Skate Park Sledding Hill Dike West Sledding Hill Rules No stacking of sleds. Walk up the hill at designated areas. Make sure your path is clear before proceeding down the hill. Only one person to a sled, the only exception is very young children with an adult. Building large bumps/jumps in NOT allowed. No metal saucers, toboggans, sleds with metal runners or cardboard pieces. Stay within Dike West Sledding Boundaries. No kicking sleds out from under others. No smoking. Sled at your own risk. No sledding in the skate park. Hay bales are strictly for walking paths. DO NOT MOVE. If you cannot comply with these rules, you will be asked to leave. All sleds must be returned to the check-out office.   Group Reservations The Dike West loft area is available for rent for groups of 25 or less and is perfect for birthday parties and special occasions. No alcohol is allowed in this facility. The rental fee for 2012 is $19.00 per hour. Please call 499-6091 for more information or to make a reservation    ...

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Dog Parks In Fargo ND

Dog Parks In Fargo ND

Facilities with Dog Park   Dog Park Rules Owners are legally responsible for their dogs and any injuries caused by them. Dogs must wear a collar, carry ID tags, be properly licensed, inoculated and in healthy condition. Dogs must not be left unattended or out of sight. Children must be under strict supervision at all times. Owners must clean up after their dogs and repair any holes left by their pets. Owners must carry a leash at all times. Dogs should be leashed before entering and prior to leaving the park. Female dogs in heat are prohibited from entering the dog park. Dogs must be removed from the dog park at the first sign of aggression. Violators will be subject to removal from the park and suspension of park privileges.   Dike East Address: 100 2nd Street S Boat Ramp Cross Country Ski Trails Dog Park Fishing Dock Picnic Table Recreational Trails Restrooms Village West Park with Dog Park Address: 4415 9th Avenue Circle S Basketball Dog Park Multipurpose Field Outdoor Skating/Warming House Picnic Table Playground Recreational Trails Restrooms Yunker Farm Park & Dog Park Address: 1201 28th Avenue N Dog Park Football Picnic Table Playground Shelter – reservable Check out Fargo’s northside Dog Park. The Dog Park offers fenced in areas for large and small dogs to exercise and socialize. There is seating for dog owners and a dog shelter. The Dog Park is open daily from dawn to dusk year round, weather and turf conditions permitting. The park will allow your pet to roam and run in an enclosed area. This will allow your pet to socialize with other pets. The park has fenced areas for both large and small dogs. Strict rules and regulations will be enforced to provide a safe environment for all to enjoy.  ...

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Island Park and Swimming Pool Fargo, ND

Island Park and Swimming Pool Fargo, ND

Island Park has benches and plenty of shade for picnics. If you’re feeling more active, you can run or walk on the paths. Kids can play on the playground. Also has a tennis court and swimming pool.   Address: 616 1st Avenue S Phone: 701-235-7685     Open Saturday, June 1-Sunday, August 11, 2013 This facility has 3 pools. A 50 meter, eight lane pool with water depth ranging from 3 1/2 to 5 ft. A large wading pool. A diving well with two, 3 meter diving boards and two, 1 meter diving boards. Concessions are available for your convenience. General Admission Hours Monday-Sunday 1:30-4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 6:00-8:00 pm   Adult and Family Swim Hours Wednesday and Sunday 6:00-8:00 pm   Lap Swim Hours Monday-Friday 12:00-1:15 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00-9:00 pm   Admission Rates Youth (18 & under) $2.10 Adults (19 & over) $3.15 Family (only during family/adult swim) $5.50...

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The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm Fargo, ND

The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm Fargo, ND

The house was built by Newton Whitman in 1876. It was the first brick house built in the Dakota territory. They lived there until it was sold to the Yunker family in 1905. The museum is located in this house. The Children’s Museum began in 1985 as a project of the Junior League of Fargo/Moorhead and the Fargo Park District.  Complete renovation of the century old, red brick farm house was made possible by dedicated volunteers and generous contributions from individuals and the business community of the FM area.  The Children’s’ Museum at Yunker Farm opened in November of 1989. The Children’s Museum was created as a special place for children and families.  The more than 50 hands-on exhibits are designed to engage, educate, stimulate creativity, and encourage interaction between the child and the exhibit as well as the child and parent.  It is a unique place where parents interact, play, create, and learn with their children. 1201 28th Avenue N Fargo, ND 58102 (701) 232-6102...

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