Sheyenne is a city in Eddy County, North Dakota in the United States. The population was 318 at the 2000 census. Sheyenne was founded in 1883. Located in the city is a U.S. post office, a senior citizen's center, and a fire department. A community center and the Log Cabin Museum are located on Main Street. Businesses in the city include a farm implement dealer, a gas station, a hair salon, a taxidermy shop, and a bar. On the west side of town there is a park with camping facilities and a baseball field. On the east end of town there is a park located on a dam. Sheyenne is also home to two Lutheran churches: Grace Lutheran and First Lutheran.