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Minnesota has long been known for its natural beauty, so it’s no surprise that the Twin Cities have some of the most beautiful parks around. From the southwest suburbs of Minneapolis to St. Paul’s northeast neighborhoods, you’ll find lush green forests, abundant wildlife, and an extensive system of biking, running and walking trails snaking their way through the metro.
After two years of construction, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden celebrates its grand reopening this Saturday, June 10.
With a zoo, gardens, pool, picnic areas, athletic fields and much more, Como Regional Park in St. Paul is one of the best places to play this summer.
With 24 acres of landscaped greenery and a 10-acre pond, Centennial Lakes Park is the ultimate place for a relaxing day at the park in the Twin Cities.
Explore the largest park in the Minneapolis park system in nearby suburb of Golden Valley that is filled with fun activities and amenities.
Meet the Easter Bunny, hunt for eggs, munch on candy and enjoy other fun activities at these egg hunts throughout the Twin Cities.
Hit the trails at 6 regional and state parks around St. Paul for a day of hiking and outdoor fun.
Reconnect with nature at these lush parks that show off Minnesota’s landscape. From wildlife refuges to waterfalls, Twin Cities parks feature awe-inspiring nature scenes that are sure to take your breath away. Image by Todd Buchanan/Greenspring Media Lake Harriet Rose...
Public parks invite you to take in the Twin Cities' natural beauty. Image by stpaulgirl/flickr Pay a visit to some of our within-city-limits parks. While they may be packed into tight quarters, there is no shortage of fun. Chain of Lakes Regional Park Waterfront...
Coming in with a roar is the Como Regional Park, home to Como Park Zoo and Marjorie McNeely Conservatory. From Amur tigers to zebras, Como Park Zoo spans the alphabet with its variety of animals.