The City Park is located in the heart of the city across from the elementary school.
The park features a new pool, picnic shelter, basketball courts, playground equipment, and the Memorial Building.

Gilbertson Park is located behind the school’s baseball diamond and
it features playground equipment and ball diamonds with a picnic shelter, and a community ice rink in the winter season!

The use of tobacco products is prohibited in city-owned or leased parks and recreational facilities, including both outdoor
and enclosed areas. This prohibition includes all facilities at which parks and recreation-sponsored activities occur.
No person shall use any tobacco products at or on any outdoor or enclosed areas of City-owned or operated
recreational facilities, including playgrounds, athletic fields, restrooms, spectator areas, enclosed buildings,
concession areas and parking lots.
Recreational facilities include, but are not limited to, the Memorial Building, Kindred Pool and park shelters.

A multi-purpose building is conveniently located at the city park and is used for special events
such as family reunions, dances, bazaars, and parties.
There is no fee for renting the Memorial Building but a $100 cleaning/damage deposit is required.
Check availability and reserve the Memorial Building by calling City Hall at 701-428-3115.

To care for park users and cyclist tenters during the summer months,
the restrooms at the Memorial Building are accessible
from the outside of the building from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Overnight tenting is allowed in Kindred City Park for bicyclists.
Length of stay is limited to one night. Tent set up should be close to the picnic shelter,
which has electrical outlets. Please phone Kindred City Hall at 701-428-3115 to leave a message of your stay

A youth fastpitch softball/baseball complex completed construction in 2014 across from Gilbertson Park.
These fields are used for girls' fastpitch for junior high, junior varsity, and varsity from Kindred High School,
summer girls' fastpitch programs for 8u, 10u, 12u, 14u, and 18u, and youth baseball for 12 and under.
The Kindred Park Board manages
recreation activities.


"Kindred Parks & Rec"

Kindred Park Board
PO Box 243
Kindred, ND 58051

Park Board meets on the 2nd
Wednesday of every month at 7pm at
the Library building. Meetings are
open and everyone is welcome!
Kindred Park Board Members

Kimbra Amerman
Bekki DuBord
Rob Sahr
Lydia Ronningen
Craig Olson
Mike Brown - Parks Director
Pool phone number