Lake Calhoun Parkway
Lake Harriet Parkway
William Berry Parkway
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Shorelines of Brownie Lake, Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles, Bde Maka Ska, and Lake Harriet, including the trails connecting them and Lyndale Park.View Map
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6 am-10 pm in undeveloped areas
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Canoe, kayak, bike, boat, and paddle board rentals offered through Wheel Fun Rentals
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.
Size: 1555.30 acres
Trails: Pedestrian (14.81 miles), Bike (15.27 miles)
Neighborhood: Bryn-Mawr, Cedar-Isles-Dean, East Harriet, East Isles, ECCO, Kenwood, Linden Hills, Lowery Hill, Outside Minneapolis City Limits, West Calhoun
Service Area: Southwest
Commissioner District: 4 and 6
Annual Patron Parking Permit: Enjoy parking privileges in specially designated spaces at some of our most popular regional parks. View parking permit details.
Beach Group Use Permit: Apply for a free permit to ensure we can accommodate your birthday party or group of 10 or more at the beach. Application
Canoe/Kayak Storage Rack Permit: An annual permit allows you to store your canoe or kayak. View canoe/kayak permit details.
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]
Sailboat Buoy Permit: An annual permit allows you to store your sailboat on the lake. View sailboat buoy permit details.
MPRB rec centers and program buildings are closed to the public, and all classes, programs and events are canceled through May 3.
The MN Department of Health is leading the statewide response to COVID-19, working closely with local cities; visit www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus.
The MPRB is monitoring and partnering with the Minneapolis Health Department and Office of Emergency Management on COVID-19.
Temporary Dog Park Closure - St. Anthony Dog Park
March 30 we are planning to start pouring concrete pads going into the dog park. The main entrance (west) will be closed for one week starting March 30, we will then reopen that entrance and close the secondary (east) entrance for the week of April 6.