MInnesota Recreation and Park Association 200 Charles St NE, Minneapolis, MN55432 This organization of park and recreation professionals in Minnesota leases office space in a former park building from…More Anoka County. The foyer of the building has brochures, maps and other information about recreational opportunities in Anoka County and Fridley. Public restrooms are located on the south side of the building. The entrance to Anoka County's Islands of Peace Park, said to be the first park in Minnesota built to be accessible for handicapped people, can be found nearby.
Rice Creek Trail West Park 1410 69th Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 Despite its name, this Anoka County park contains Fridley's easternmost section of Rice Creek. A trail for biking,…More running and walking follows the creek to the east and winding west through Fridley to the Mississippi River, where it connects with trails going up and down river. Parking for this park is on Anoka Street or along 69th Avenue east of Anoka Street. The parking lot at 1410 69th Ave. is closed due to dumping and other illegal activities.
Creek View Park 6801 Anoka St NE, Fridley, MN55432 This tiny park provides a play space between townhouses above Anoka County's Rice Creek Trail West and parkland below.…More There is purple playground equipment and a small two-hoop basketball court. A few parking spaces are available in a small lot at the end of the cul de sac that leads to the park.
Anoka County Riverfront Park 5100 E River Rd, Fridley, MN55421 This long, thin park is the southernmost section of Anoka County parkland along the Mississippi River in Fridley.…More Besides a riverfront trail, the park includes the 1880s Riedel Mansion and a nearby period-style gazebo, both of which are available for rental. There are also two other picnic shelters and, just south of I-694, a boat-launch area.
Anoka County Library - Mississippi Branch 410 Mississippi St NE, Minneapolis, MN55432 Light comes from above and within at the Mississippi Branch of the Anoka County Library. The library building features…More clerestory windows set high in dramatic towers, and inside there is a courtyard with windows that help illuminate reading and shelving areas. A community room is available for nonprofit groups.