Address

2150 West River Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55454

Contact

Phone: 612-230-6400
Email: info@minneapolisparks.org

Park Hours

6 am-midnight in developed areas
6 am-10 pm in undeveloped areas
Ordinance PB-2-33

Features & Amenities

  • Biking Path
  • Garden
  • Pay Parking Lot
  • Picnic Area
  • Restroom Facility
  • Walking Path

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Good to Know

Canoe and Kayak Racks located on the Mississippi River

Public River Cruises/Private Charters depart from Bohemian Flats.

A pay parking lot is available.

Park Projects

See what's currently in the works for this park. Some projects may be under the name of the regional park or service area it lives within. View Current Projects

Your NPP20 money at work:

Maintenance is increasing at all neighborhood parks, thanks to additional annual funding from the 20-Year Neighborhood Park Plan (NPP20). This initiative also funds ongoing rehabilitation and major project to restore neighborhood parks and help address racial and economic equity.

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Park Details

Neighborhood: Seward

Service AreaSouth

Commissioner District3

Rentals & Permits

Annual Patron Parking Permit: Enjoy parking privileges in specially designated spaces at some of our most popular regional parks. View parking permit details.

Outdoor Use and Event Space: Learn how to reserve park space for corporate events, community celebrations, and more. Application [PDF]

Parkway Use: You must obtain a permit for special use of the parkway including closures, and dumpsters, trucks, limousines or carriages on the parkway. View parkway permit details. Permit Application [PDF]

Private ChartersPrivate Charters on the Mississippi River available through Paradise Charter Cruises.

History

Bohemian Flats was formerly a residential area. About the time city was incorporated (1867), immigrants seeking employment in Minneapolis or at the St. Anthony mills began settling there.

The Washington Avenue Bridge was constructed over the area in 1884, linking central Minneapolis with the campus of the University of Minnesota, on the east bank of the river. By 1900, the 100 homes, a few stores, and a church created what many described as an Old World-style village below the University.

Park history compiled and written by David C. Smith.