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Update (April 2, 2020): The City of St. Louis Park is not closing its parks, trails and open spaces and wants them to be used in a safe manner that allows people to enjoy the mental and physical health benefits these spaces provide. Signs have been posted in all city parks advising visitors how to safely use the parks during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s not practical to fence off these areas or otherwise disable equipment, nor does the city believe it will deter those who are determined to use these facilities despite #StayHomeMN guidelines.

City staff and police officers are regularly monitoring these areas, with a goal of providing education and seeking voluntary compliance from users who may not be observing recommended physical distancing and group gathering guidelines. This approach is in line with recommendations of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to local law enforcement regarding the #StayHomeMN order. 

Follow these guidelines when using the parks and trails to minimize risk to yourself and others.

  • Don’t use parks and trails if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from other individuals at all times.
  • Prepare for limited availability of restrooms and water fountains.
  • Playground structures are closed.
  • Wash your hands before and after visiting the park.
  • If you observe large groups gathering in these areas without physical distancing, call the police department’s non-emergency line at 952.924.2618 – DO NOT call 911.  
  • Wolfe Park

    1. Address:3700 Monterey Drive
      St. Louis Park, MN 55416
    1. Basketball courts
    2. Courts available to rent
    3. Drinking fountain
    4. Fishing
    5. Free WiFi
    6. Off-street parking
    7. Outdoor grills
    8. Park building
    9. Paved trails
    10. Pickleball court
    11. Picnic shelter
    12. Picnic tables
    13. Play structure
    14. Public art
    15. Restrooms
    16. Sand volleyball court
    17. Sliding hill
    1. Parks
Wolfe Park is located between Excelsior & Grand and The Rec Center. Wolfe Park features a year-round park building that holds many events (can be rented out by the public), walking trail, a fishing pond and two picnic shelters. A playground, basketball court, five pickleball courts and sand volleyball court are located in the middle of the park.
The sand volleyball court and pickleball courts are available to rent Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 2 – Oct. 31, 9 – 11 a.m. Fees are $20 per hour per court for residents, $25 for non-residents. Call 952.924.2540 to reserve a court.
The Veterans' Memorial Amphitheater is terraced into the hill on the south side of Wolfe Park and connects the park to the Excelsior & Grand Town Green. It's eight terraced tiers offer seating for 200 people. The amphitheater features many concerts throughout the summer months. When no public events are scheduled, the amphitheater can be rented for weddings and other private events from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., daily. The Veterans' Memorial rock has been relocated from Carpenter Park to Wolfe Park near the Veterans' Memorial wall area.
The map below shows where the picnic shelters and other amenities are located within the park.


Wolfe Park map

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