The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to improve the quality of life for Moorhead citizens by providing a comprehensive system of parks, recreation, cultural, and human service programs that encourage health, fitness, relaxation, and cultural enrichment, as well as providing opportunities for conservation, education, and community involvement.
Moorhead Parks and Recreation manages a wide variety of programming, facilities, and park land. The City of Moorhead boasts 46 parks, miles of trails and sidewalks, and a variety of facilities.
Scholarships are available to all Moorhead youth seeking financial assistance for parks and recreation programming. Download the scholarship application and find more information under our Scholarship section.
Monday, January 23, 2017
Due to warmer temperatures, all Moorhead skating rinks and warming houses will be closed until further notice.
We will make an official announcement once they can be groomed and skate-able once again.
Gooseberry/Lindenwood Parks: lowered and accessible
Memorial/Oak Grove Parks: lowered and accessible
Floating Bridge: removed and inaccessible