Park

Maria Avenue Triangle

Overview

Maria Avenue Triangle is decorated with a small garden to beautify the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood. The traffic triangle and avenue takes on the unique pronunciation of "Mariah."

Maria Avenue Triangle


Parks

Howell Park

Overview

Thought it may appear like a private property, the triangular strip of land at the intersection of Howell Avenue and Edgecumb Road is in fact a 3/4 acre public park. Visitors will notice its defining feature immediately, a medium-sized boulder in the center of the park.

Howell Park


Parks

Clayland Park

About Clayland Park

Clayland Park, adjacent to Newell Park, holds two tennis courts and provides open green space for small activities.

Amenities

Tennis Court
Handball Court
Pickleball Court

Hamline Park

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 is a basketball court as well as bike racks and additional playing equipment, and adjacent to Snelling Avenue is bonus green space.

Amenities

Basketball Court, BBQ Grill, Benches, Picnic Area, Playground, and Futsal Court

Hidden Falls Regional Park

About Hidden Falls Regional Park

Hidden Falls Regional Park is located along the Mississippi River bluffs just below Lock and Dam 1. This beautiful park is great for birding, fishing, picnicking, walking, and biking.

Amenities

BBQ Grill, Benches, Biking Trail, Boat Launch, Fire Pit, Hiking Trail, Picnic Area, Restroom Facilities, and Shelter

Crosby Farm Regional Park

About Crosby Farm Regional Park

Cherokee Regional Park

About Cherokee Regional Park

Realized as a potential recreational and natural green space in the early 1900s, Cherokee Regional Park has since developed into one of Saint Paul’s most visited parks, bringing in over 300,000 visitors a year. The park contains playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, bbq grills, and more spread out across 100 acres of land.

Iris Park

Iris Park is located along University Avenue near the Fairview Avenue Green Line stop. It contains a picnic area and a beautiful pond. Iris Park was renovated in 2016 to better connect it to University Avenue and the Green Line and provide more amenities for the neighborhood.

Amenities

Pond and Picnic Area

Henry Park

Henry Park is a Mississippi River bluff nature preserve east of Pig's Eye Lake. The land was acquired by the City of Saint Paul in 2006.

Lower Landing Park

Lower Landing Park sits just outside of downtown Saint Paul where the Mississippi River makes its second major bend. The 21.4 acre park accompanies Lambert's Landing, a historic dock that took in hundreds of ships per day during its peak and is still utilized by tows and passenger steamboats to this day. Several picnic tables located throughout the long park's open lawns provide a unique riverside experience for residents and visitors traveling along the river.  The Samuel H.

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