Spring Lake Park MINNESOTA
PARKS & RECREATION
763-792-7201 | email@example.com
Monday - Friday | 8am - 4:30pm
CITY OF SPRING LAKE PARK | PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
763-792-7201 | RECINFO@SLPMN.ORG
1301 81ST AVE. N.E. SPRING LAKE PARK, MN 55432
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On the north shore of Spring Lake, this beautiful 11.8 acre park is a favorite. It features three picnic shelters with grills, fishing pier, playground, sand volleyball courts, softball field and walking trail. Lakeside is owned and operated by both Mounds View and Spring Lake Park.
Contact Mounds View Parks for facility reservations at 763-717-4040.
Enjoy a relaxing picnic lunch and watch the ducks swim nearby. The 2.5 acre park has a walking path and picnic tables. The pond with bridge and fountain is a great place for photo opportunities!
This 10.7 acre park has two tennis courts, basketball court, skateboard park, sand volleyball, 2 softball fields, 2 athletic fields, 2 picnic shelters, a playground and park building. In the winter, a general ice skating and hockey rink - with warming house is open to skaters.
Able and Terrace Park each have a warming house, general skating rink and a hockey rink. The warming houses are tentatively open Dec 26 - Feb 19 and ice is maintained as weather permits.
Rink Attendants Wanted -
Application available on homepage.
2017 - 2018 Rink Hours
Monday – Friday: 6 - 8 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1 - 6 pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 4 - 8 pm
Wednesday: 4 - 6 pm
Saturday & Sunday 1 - 6 pm
From leisurely walks and family picnics to an organized sporting event, our six parks provide year-round enjoyment for all ages. Each setting has something different to offer, so visit all of the parks for a varied outdoor experience. Remember, if you are looking for a place to hold a special event, a park is the perfect outdoor venue.
Checkout our links below to find park locations, access a facility use permit and learn about the park rules.
This seven acre park features beautiful trees, two softball fields, picnic tables, a park building and a playground for the little ones. In the winter, a general skating rink without warming house is open to skaters.
At 6.7 acres, Able Park is a great place for families to enjoy. It has a basketball court, two sand volleyball courts, picnic shelter, two softball fields, hockey rink, ice skating rink, warming house, and two playgrounds.
The city’s smallest park, Westwood is 1.8 acres and will be found nestled between private homes. This neighborhood park is home to a ball field, picnic shelter and playground for families to enjoy.