Have you been to the Minnehaha Regional Park Yet?

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Thursday, June 4th, 2015 at 9:49am.

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Minnehaha Regional Park is a great place to hang out with the whole family. It offers beautiful views, natural features likes to explore, recreational opportunities and a free activity to enjoy in the city. It’s one of the oldest and most popular parks in Minneapolis and sees over 850,000 visitors each year. Check out the 53-foot waterfall, enjoy a bike ride on the paths and bring the little ones to the playground. Here is a look at what you can enjoy at Minnehaha Regional Park located in Minneapolis.

What to Expect

The park can be found at 4801 South Minnehaha Drive in Minneapolis. It’s open from 6am-midnight in all developed areas while undeveloped areas close at 10pm. The park sees over 850,000 visitors each year because it’s the perfect place to become one with nature, enjoy recreational activities and it’s perfect for all ages.

It’s located near the neighborhoods of Hiawatha, Minnehaha and outside Minneapolis city limits. Along with visiting for a bike ride, a picnic, swimming and more, you can rent their event space for weddings and other special occasions.

Recreation

Families can bring their little ones to enjoy the playground and Tot Lot or bring the older kids for a game of volleyball and disc golf. There is a wading pool, picnic areas and restrooms available to use during your visit. Take a bike ride or walk the walking paths in the area and check out the decorative fountain, public art and garden.

It’s the perfect place to hang out in the beautiful summer sun or even a snowy winter day. The paved trails are maintained in the winter months to allow visitors to continue to enjoy it. During the spring, summer and fall are regular weddings taking place as well as events like outdoor concerts or festivals.

Check out the beauty at Minnehaha Regional Park on your next day off. It’s a great place to spend the day.

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