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Facility Type Facility Name Description City
Parks Lockwood Park (Neighborhood) Lockwood Park is a popular park among locals due to its large, flat, square terrain. The park can be utilized for football, soccer, and softball as well as play time for children in the large playground area. Saint Paul
Parks Lower Landing Park (Passive) Lower Landing Park sits just outside of downtown Saint Paul where the Mississippi River makes its second major bend. The park accompanies Lambert's Landing, a historic dock that took in hundreds of ships per day during its peak and is still utilized ... Saint Paul
Parks Lyton Park (Mini) Lyton Park contains two of Saint Paul's more whimsical sculptures: Girl on Dolphin and Boy on Turtle. The sculptures add to the park's unique atmosphere created by its location — at an intersection — and its decorative fencing. Saint Paul
Parks Margaret Park (Neighborhood) Margaret Park contains many amenities that encourage residents to stay active. Two softball fields, a lighted soccer field, which can be used for football, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, and more, and a large playground area fill the over 3.5 acre par... Saint Paul
Parks Maria Avenue Triangle (Mini) Maria Avenue Triangle is decorated with a small garden to beautify the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood. The traffic triangle and avenue take on the unique pronunciation of "Mariah." Saint Paul
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