The South Saint Anthony Recreation Center building has been re-partnered with Joy of the People Soccer Club. To reserve space at this facility or make field reservations contact Joy of the People Soccer Club at (651) 298-5770.
Rice Park is located in the heart of historic downtown Saint Paul. Rice Park is home to many festivals, concerts and events throughout the year. The park features a beautiful fountain and is surrounded by the Saint Paul Hotel, Landmark Center, Ordway and the Downtown Central Library.
Lilydale Regional Park is currently undergoing restorations and renovations. Roads, trails, amenities, and sections of the park may be closed during this time. Visit the Lilydale Construction Updates page below for more information. For closures related flooding, visit the Closures & Special Notices page.
The location of a bustling immigrant community up until the late 1950s, Swede Hollow Park is enjoyed by many residents looking for a green escape in an urban setting. The park's valleys create a distinct feeling of wilderness in conjunction with a bisecting stream that lightly fills the impressive silence and serenity afforded by the environment.
Benches, Overlook, Historic Arch Bridges, Stream, Hiking and Biking Trail
Marydale Park and Loeb Lake were acquired by the City of Saint Paul in 1969 after decades of being used as a chemical and waste disposal site. A hazardous area within the North End, community members sought to restore the park in 1974 for recreational use. Their efforts have since resulted in the introduction of several amenities added to the land, including picnic tables, grills, benches, a tot-lot, and a trail surrounding Loeb Lake.