St. Paul Park

Find St. Paul Minnesota parks. Parks provide information on indoor and outdoor recreational areas and facilities, playgrounds, ball and athletic fields, trails, and general outdoor nature areas.


Aldine Park 1717 Iglehart Avenue St. Paul MN 55104 651-266-6400


Arlington Arkwright Athletic Field 1200 Arkwright Street North St. Paul MN 55130 651-558-2255

Boyd Park 335 Selby Avenue St. Paul MN 55102 651-632-5111

Carty Park 705 Iglehart Avenue St. Paul MN 55104

Cayuga Park 198 East Cayuga Street St. Paul MN 55117

Central Village Park 457 Central Avenue West St. Paul MN 55103 651-266-6400

Cherokee Heights Park 700 Cherokee Avenue St. Paul MN 55107 651-632-5111

City Of Street Paul Phalen Park 1530 Phalen Boulevard St. Paul MN 55106 651-771-7507

Como Regional Park 1325 Aida Place St. Paul MN 55103

Conway Heights Park 402 Ruth Street North St. Paul MN 55119 651-298-5742

Desnoyer Park 497 Pelham Boulevard St. Paul MN 55104 651-298-5753

Dickerman Park 1753 University Avenue West St. Paul MN 55104 651-266-6380

Douglas Park 340 West Stevens Street St. Paul MN 55107 651-632-5111

Fort Snelling State Park Snelling Lake Road St. Paul MN 55111 612-725-2389

Front Skate Park 485 Stinson Street West St. Paul MN 55117

Frost Lake Recreation Center 1518 Idaho Avenue East St. Paul MN 55106 651-266-6400

Hamline Playground 1536 Lafond Avenue St. Paul MN 55104 651-266-6400

Hancock Recreation Center 1610 Hubbard Avenue St. Paul MN 55104 651-298-4393

Harriet Island Regional Park 85 West Water Street St. Paul MN 55107 651-292-7010

Highland Park 1200 Montreal Avenue St. Paul MN 55116 651-698-2123

About St. Paul Parks

St. Paul Parks are natural or semi-natural open spaces set aside for outdoor recreation, leisure, or preservation in St. Paul, MN. Almost all Parks in St. Paul are public spaces open to the general public, though there are some examples of private Parks. Most and local governments have a Parks Department that is responsible for maintaining City Parks, Town Greens, Athletic Parks, and similar open spaces.

You may contact Parks for questions about:
  • Finding a St. Paul Park near you
  • St. Paul Park special events calendar
  • Athletic fields, training facilities, and sports facilities
  • St. Paul Park permits
  • Local, Minnesota State Parks & National Parks
St. Paul Public Parks

St. Paul City Park, also called an Urban Park or Municipal Park, provides recreation and green space for visitors and the residents of the local community. Common features of a City Park include walking paths, running trails, gardens, playgrounds, picnic tables, open lawns, and sports fields. Some may include public restrooms and an information center. A Neighborhood Park is a smaller-scale version of a City Park intended for the residents of the surrounding neighborhood. They are typically designed to give St. Paul residents, especially families with young children, open recreation space within walking distance of their homes.

St. Paul Town Parks

A Town Green is a Park that serves as a common area for civic gatherings, public celebrations, and St. Paul community events. They are often located in the center of a municipality, adjacent to the St. Paul City or Town Hall, and they are common sites for farmers markets, concerts, and similar gatherings. A City Square is an urban alternative to a Town Green and fulfills a similar purpose in a less natural setting.

Athletic Parks in St. Paul, Minnesota

St. Paul Athletic Parks consists of fields and facilities necessary for recreational and competitive sports. An Athletic Park may be designated for a single sport or activity, or it may be a complex of facilities that serves as a hub for athletic activities in a locality or region. Athletic Parks can range from a single St. Paul little league baseball field with a gravel parking lot to a large regional complex with a full array of amenities including locker rooms, training facilities, concession stands, field lighting, stadium seating, and press boxes.

Minnesota State Parks & National Parks

A National or Minnesota State Park is an area set aside for conservation by the federal government or a MN State government due to its environmental, historical, or cultural significance. National and State Parks also serve as tourist destinations and recreational areas. National Parks are managed by the U.S. National Parks Service, while Minnesota State Parks are usually managed by the Minnesota Department of Conservation or Department of Environmental Protection.