Valley Park

Valley Park provides visitors with a nearly 13-acre, open field for large group activities and games such as softball, football, soccer, and more. The large space can comfortably hold at three simultaneous games and activities.


Softball Field

Rentals and Reservations

For field rentals, contact Mt. Airy Boys and Girls Club at 651-221-0330.

Prosperity Heights Park

Prosperity Heights Park is a nearly 10-acre expanse of natural land on Saint Paul's East Side. The park contains a pond, open areas perfect for playing catch, and trails connecting to nearby Prosperity Field.

Sylvan Park

06/01/2018:  Sylvan Park will be under construction from June 2018 until the end of September 2018.  Due to the extent of the work, the park and restroom building will be closed and temporary fencing will surround the construction zone until construction is completed. 

About Sylvan Park

Neighborhood park with ball fields, restrooms, and a playground.

Cossetta Park

About Cosetta Park

Cossetta Park, renamed from Eagle Street Plaza in 2015, is located at Chestnut Street and Ryan Avenue. Those strolling by this plaza will notice a familiar character greeting guests with open arms — Charlie Brown. Visitors may also want to check out nearby Irvine Park, Cleveland Circle, and Chesnut Plaza.


Benches and Public Art

Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary

About Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary

Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary is an approximately 42 acre site located west of I-35E between Norpac Rd. and Cayuga Ave.  The Nature Sanctuary is part of the larger Trout Brook Greenway. The Trout Brook Regional Trail is proposed to run through the site from Jackson St. to Cayuga where it will connect to the Gateway Trail.

Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park

Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park features several miles of paved trails along the east side of the Mississippi River with beautiful scenic overlooks along the way. Visit the National Park Services' Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park webpage for more information.


Meeker Island Dog Park, Benches, Biking Trail, and Hiking Trail

Front Park

front skate parkAbout Front Park

Front Park  contains one baseball field, two softball fields and a newly renovated skate park. A restroom facility is conveniently located between both sides.


Baseball Field, Skate Park, Seasonal Restroom and Softball Field

Dousman Park


Benches, Picnic Area, and Playground


Situated on a half-acre plot of land in the West Seventh neighborhood, Dousman Park's small playground is perfect for parents with small toddlers wanting to get out and play. A nearby bench and picnic table as well as plenty shade from trees provides provide opportunities to sit back and enjoy the day.

Dickerman Park

Donated to the city in 1909, Dickerman Park is a quarter-mile stretch of land located along the north side of University Avenue between Fairview Avenue and Aldine Street. Recent improvements include new concrete walks, plaza space, lighting, seating, bike racks, native plantings, and lawn within the 1.1 acre park. Learn more about the renovation on the Dickerman Park Project page.

Depot Tot Lot


Benches and Playground


Formerly referred to as the Fourth and Sibley Tot Lot, Depot Tot Lot received its new name in time for the opening of the nearby Green Line. The name also reflects the transportation theme found throughout the park.