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Visit one of our 13 gardens and bird sanctuaries for summer beauty.
Youth 18 and under can eat for free at recreation centers around the city during summer.
Kick off from a tee box to get your soccer ball in a cup using the fewest number of kicks.
Come on out with family and friends for a relaxing getaway on Minneapolis lakes.
See the water quality testing results for each of our 12 beaches.
Learn about our mission to preserve, protect, maintain, improve, and enhance parkland.
The Minneapolis Park System showcases a variety of gardens for visitors to enjoy, from the formal gardens of Lyndale Park to the naturalistic Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden. Park Board gardeners maintain the gardens with the help of volunteers.
Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary
JD Rivers' Children's Garden
Loring Park Garden of the Seasons
Lyndale Park Annual-Perennial Garden
Lyndale Park Butterfly and Hummingbird & Perennial and Border Gardens
Lyndale Park Peace Garden
Lyndale Park Rose Garden
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Minnehaha Falls Pergola Garden
Nokomis Naturescape Garden
Roberts Bird Sanctuary
Song of Hiawatha Garden
Lake Hiawatha and Lake Calhoun Beaches Temporarily Closing.
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