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Facility Type Facility Name Description City
Parks Frost Lake Park (Neighborhood) Tucked in the northeast corner of Saint Paul, Frost Lake Park is comprised mainly of Frost Lake and surrounding trees and trails. Bordering the park to the east are baseball and softball fields as well as Frost Lake Recreation Center, a facility oper... Saint Paul
Parks Gordon Square (Passive) Just west of Langford Park, Cordon Square flourishes with beautiful flowers and plants. A corner lamppost illuminates the area through the night. Saint Paul
Parks Hamline and Hague Park (Mini) Hamline and Hague Park's main amenity is its circular tot-lot that attracts local families. Visitors will also notice a swinging bench nearby amidst the trees. Saint Paul
Parks Hamline Park (Neighborhood) Located alongside Snelling Avenue, Hamline Park contains a variety of amenities for visitors to use across four sections divided by trails. The northern section features a spacious playground, the eastern quarter features a tennis court, to the south... Saint Paul
Parks Hamm Memorial Plaza (Urban) Hamm Memorial Plaza is the tip of the arrowhead-shaped formation of historic buildings and landmarks in downtown Saint Paul that includes the Saint Paul Public Library, the James J. Hill Center, Rice Park, and the Landmark Center. Saint Paul
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