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As the weather cools, step inside a recreation center for activities.
Visit the parks in the winter for skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and tubing, and skating.
Keep your swing in shape and enjoy some friendly competition all winter long.
Rent skis, skates, snowshoes, and snow tubes for your winter adventures.
Learn about ice rink preparation and snow removal on parkways.
Find out what this historic 20-year plan means for parks.
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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