Athletic & Recreation Center

Rice Recreation Center

For information on proposed improvements to Rice Recreation Center, visit the Rice Recreation Center Project page. 

Como Pool

Overview

Please visit Como Pool's Information page to view more details

Como Pool


Athletic & Recreation Centers

McMurray Athletic Fields

Amenities

Baseball Field, Broomball Court, Football Field, Lacrosse, Sledding Hill, Soccer Field, and Softball Field

Overview

Amenities: 
(3) Artificial Turf Fields - Soccer, Football, or Lacrosse
Baseball Field
(4) Broomball/Boot Hockey Rinks
Sledding Hill (Steep)
(5) Softball Fields 

Como Park Ski Center

Snowboarders at Como Park Ski CenterComo Park Ski Center

*Due to forecasted warm weather, Monday, February 15 will be our last day. We will be open to the public from 11am-6pm on Monday, February 15. Lessons will not be affected.*

Arlington Arkwright Athletic Fields

Amenities

Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Picnic Area, Skate Park, Soccer Field, and Tennis Court

Overview

 

Dunning Sports Complex

Amenities

Baseball Field, Batting Cages, BBQ Grill, Picnic Area, Playground, Restroom Facilities, Softball Field, and Tennis Court

Midway Stadium Complex

Midway Stadium was a municipal stadium from 1982-2014. It was located at 1771 Energy Park Drive in Saint Paul. It was home to the Saint Paul Saints and the Hamline Pipers as well as held many concerts and youth sports games over the years. Midway Stadium was replaced by CHS Field in Saint Paul's Lowertown in 2015. 

Rice and Arlington Sports Complex

Amenities

Football Field, Lacrosse, Multi-Purpose Room, Soccer Field, and Softball Field

Overview

  • $25/hour (exclusive use by reservation)
  • $4/participant/hour as available  

Rice and Arlington Sports Complex Website.

Rice and Arlington Sports Complex


Athletic & Recreation Centers

Oxford Community Center (Jimmy Lee Recreation Center & Great River Water Park)

About Oxford Community Center

Located in the heart of the historic Rondo neighborhood of Saint Paul, the Oxford Community Center provides state-of-the-art recreational facilities for residents and visitors alike. The community center, reconstructed from the Oxford/Jimmy Lee Recreation Center built in the 1960s, is made up of the Jimmy Lee Recreation Center and Great River Water Park, a year-round aquatic facility.

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