One of Saint Paul's smallest parks at just .01 acres, Oakley Square a tiny traffic island along Iris Park's northwest side.
Created during the renovation of Hampden Park, Sydney Triangle functions as a stormwater drain, utilizing runoff water to help new planted bushes and trees flourish.
Van Slyke Triangle is is perhaps Saint Paul's most unique traffic island. The miniature park contains a bench, a public garden, and a Little Free Library for visitors to explore.
Van Slyke Triangle
Benches, Picnic Area, and Playground
A rather inconspicuous park, Forest Street Triangle utilizes the tip of a larger triangular block to provide passersby with benches and shading.
Forest Street Triangle
At .01 acres, Feronia Square is one of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation's smallest parks. Even so, the traffic island serves its purpose well — it houses a lamppost and a USPS Blue Box.
Leroy Triangle is a traffic island near the southwest corner of Como Lake.
NOTICE: The Fish Hatchery Trail is closed from Battle Creek Regional Park to Warner Rd. Please use this recommended detour until further notice. For updates, visit the Fish Hatchery Trail Closure Updates page.