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Visit our 13 gardens and bird sanctuaries this summer.
Come to a concert or see an outdoor movie in the parks this summer.
Practice your frisbee skills at our three disc golf courses.
Reserve a picnic site for your family reunion, company picnic, or other outdoor gathering.
Expect your boat to be inspected for invasive species when using a public boat launch.
City of Parks tells the stories of how the park system became an important contributor to the quality of life in all parts of the city.
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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