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Facility Type Facility Name Description City
Parks Dawson Park (Passive) Nestled in the middle of dozens surrounding houses, Dawson Park has remained an integral piece to Saint Paul's urban canopy over the years. The undeveloped plot of land, measured at nearly 2 acres, is one of several natural preserves in the city, Saint Paul
Parks Depot Tot Lot (Mini) Formerly referred to as the Fourth and Sibley Tot Lot or the Downtown Children's Play Area, Depot Tot Lot received its new name in time for the opening of the neary Green Line. The name also reflects the transportation theme found throughout the park... Saint Paul
Parks Desnoyer Park (Neighborhood) Desnoyer Park contains every amenity needed for a successful outing: two recreational fields — a baseball field and soccer field — complete with lights, two playgrounds, a tennis court, and a half-court basketball court.  Saint Paul
Parks Dickerman Park (Neighborhood) Donated to the City of Saint Paul in the early 1900s, Dickerman Park spans a quarter mile along University Avenue midway between downtown Minneapolis and downtown Saint Paul. The site is home to 100-year-old oak trees and serves as a recreational spa... Saint Paul
Parks Douglas Park (Mini) Several parks within Saint Paul contain large works of art invisible at ground level but when viewed from above, become apparent. The artistically shaped trails at Douglas Park are one example of this creative phenomenon. While aesthetically designed... Saint Paul
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