Marydale Park Play Area

Overview

Marydale Park is a 23.95 acre neighborhood park in the City of Saint Paul in the North End district.  The park primarily provides a natural resource area offering trails throughout the park and around Loeb Lake, picnicking area, restroom building, parking lot, and a play area.  Loeb Lake is almost entirely surrounded with mature trees and brush providing an ADA accessible fishing pier and fishing opportunities for children as designated by the Minnesota DNR.

CIB funding has been secured to renovate the existing play area at Marydale Park with the replacement and addition of play equipment that meets CPSC and ADA guidelines.  The project will provide accessibility and safety measures with the appropriate resilient surfacing.  This project will enhance the park's site features and will fill the family oriented activity needs of in the adjacent diverse neighborhood.

The recent update of the parking lot and the newly improved restroom facilities adjacent to the existing play area are great compliments for an improved play area.

Project Updates

02/15/2018:  Marydale Park play area project is in the Site Plan Review process.

11/09/2017:  The community engagement process is complete and was a success.  Thank you to all the community members and city staff who participated in our design process!  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the project manager.

Meetings

Meeting 1:  Community Meeting Kick-Off, September 7, 2017, Rice Recreation Center, 1021 Marion St. - from 6:30-8:00 PM

Meeting 2:  Community Meeting #2, October 12, 2017, Rice Recreation Center, 1021 Marion St. - from 6:30-8:00 PM

Meeting 3:  Community Meeting #3, November 9, 2017, Rice Recreation Center, 1021 Marion St. - from 6:30-8:00 PM