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Featured Parks

updated: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Aquila Park
Aquila Park is located on the west side of St. Louis Park. You will find lighted softball diamonds and football fields for use in the summer and fall. Basketball courts, eight tennis courts, and a playground structure are also located inside the park. A trail system runs throughout the park for biking, walking and running. Aquila Park also has many picnic tables and sun shelters for use (shelters can be rented for use), along with Wi-Fi.
Softball FieldAquila Park SignSoftball Field
Oak Hill Park is located on the west side of St. Louis Park. Oak Hill is one of the most popular places to be in the summer because of the many activities and facilities to use. The park offers softball diamonds, basketball courts and trails for those who want to be active. In the winter months, you can find a large sliding area and lighted skating rink for public use.Oak Hill Splash Pad
Oak Hill is also a great place to relax and have a picnic with the many tables and shelters located throughout the park. A playground provides great entertainment for both young and old. 
Oak Hill Park also features a water playground that lets tots activate bubbling hoses, water nozzles and sprinkler arches. Just wave your hand over the sensor bollard and get ready to splash in the sun! It’s the equivalent of running through the sprinkler on a grand scale. Parents should always accompany and supervise children. Rubber soled water shoes are strongly recommended for all participants. Splash Pad operating hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, May 25 through Sept. 9 (weather dependent). 
Rotary Northside Park
The Rotary Northside Park is located on Louisiana Ave between Cedar Lake Rd. and West 22nd Street and was recently renovated. Baseball diamonds that are always busy with activity in the summer months, tennis courts, trails, a lighted parking lot and a playground can also be found at Rotary Northside Park.
In the winter months there is a lighted skating area for the public to use, warming house and a sliding hill.
Wolfe Park
Wolfe Park is located between Excelsior & Grand and The Rec Center. Wolfe Park features a year-round pavilion that holds many events (can be rented out by the public), walking trail, a fishing pond and picnic shelters. A playground, basketball court and sand volleyball court are located in the middle of the park.
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. Its 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 Veteran's Memorial rock has been relocated from Carpenter Park to Wolfe Park near the Veteran's Memorial wall area.
Wolfe Park FallWolfe Park SignWolfe Park Ampitheaterveteran's memorial rock


Neighborhood Parks

updated: Tuesday, May 02, 2017

 Neighborhood Parks    
Ainsworth Park
  • 7700 28th Street West
  • Playground, basketball court, ball field, picnic shelter, community garden, soccer field, sliding hill
  Bass Lake Park
Birchwood Park   Blackstone Park
Bronx Park   Browndale Park
Carpenter Park/ Skippy Field   Cedarhurst Park
Cedar Knoll/ Carlson Field   Cedar Manor Park/Lake
Center Park   Central Community Center
  • Highway 7 & Dakota Ave.
  • Outdoor ice rink
Dakota Park
  Edgebrook Park
Elie Park   Fern Hill Park
Ford Road Park   Freedom Park / Paul Frank Field
Hampshire Park   Hannon Lake
  • 9019 Cedar Lake Road
  • Protected wetland

Hurd Park

  • Cedar Lake Road & Pennsylvania
  • Open space
  Izaak Walton League/Creekside Park
Jackley Park   Jersey Park
Jorvig Park   Junior High School
  • 2025 Texas Avenue
  • Lighted tennis courts, soccer, ballfields
Justad Park   Keystone Park
Kilmer Pond
  • 1684 Kilmer Avenue South
  • Open space
  Knollwood Green
Lake Street Park
  • 6212 West Lake Street
  • Open space
  Lamplighter Park
Louisiana Oaks   Meadowbrook Lake
Meadowbrook Manor Park
  • 4072 Meadowbrook Lane
  • Open Space
  Menzel Park
  • 2601 Glenhurst Avenue South
  • Open space
Minikahda Vista Park   Minnehaha Basin
  • 2601 Glenhurst Avenue South
  • Open space
Nelson Park   Oregon Park
Otten Pond   Parkview Park
Pennsylvania Park   Rainbow Park
Roxbury Park   Senior High School
  • 6425 West 33rd Street
  • 7 tennis courts
Shelard Park   Sunset Park
Sunshine Park   Texa-Tonka Park/Lake Victoria
Twin Lakes Park
  Utah Pond
  • 18th & Utah
  • Open space
Walker Field   Webster Park
  • 3301 Webster Avenue South
  • Playground
Westling Pond
  • 28th & Boone


Willow Park

Wolfe Park
3700 Monterey Drive
Public art, fishing, off-street parking, picnic shelters, restroom (seasonal), park building, basketball court(s), drinking fountain, open/nature area, outdoor grill(s), picnic table(s), play structure, sand volleyball court
   Victoria Lake
  • 2704 Burd Place
Aquila Park
3110 Xylon Ave. S.
Off-street parking, picnic shelter, restroom (seasonal), baseball/softball field(s), basketball courts, drinking fountain, open/nature area, outdoor grill(s), picnic table, play structure, regional trail, tennis courts, paved trails, sliding hill
Oak Hill Park 
3201 Rhode Island Ave. S.
Public art, off-street parking, park building, picnic shelters, restroom (seasonal), baseball/softball fields, drinking fountain, open/nature area, outdoor grill(s), picnic tables, play structure, splash pad, paved trails, winter ice skating rink, sliding hill, warminghouse
Rotary Northside Park
2200 Louisiana Ave. S.
Concession area, off-street parking, picnic shelter, restroom (seasonal), baseball/softball fields, drinking fountain, picnic tables, play structure, tennis courts, paved trails


Three Rivers Park District

updated: Monday, May 22, 2017

St. Louis Park is located in Hennepin County and is also near the Three Rivers Park District. This natural resources-based park system has more than 25,000 acres of park reserves, regional parks, regional trails and special use facilities including

  • Three nature centers
  • Three golf courses
  • Downhill ski area
  • Trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing
  • Boating
  • Picnicking
  • Ice-skating
  • Snowshoeing

For details, click on or use the Hennepin County Park Facility Locator.

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5005 Minnetonka Blvd.
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