Rice Creek Townhouses 1652 69th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN55432 Rice Creek Townhomes is close to many local employers such as Medtronic. A rental town home community, Rice Creek offers…More three bedroom homes with about 1200 square feet each. With amenities such as garages and covered parking, cable and high speed Internet available and on-site maintenance, you can feel at home at Rice Creek Townhomes.
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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.
Rice Creek Insurance Agency 1250 Moore Lake Dr E, Minneapolis, MN55432 Rice Creek Insurance Agency advises clients about virtually every type of insurance plan, including personal and…More business coverage. The firm offers products from a variety of insurance carriers. Plans include auto, property, liability, life, business and health insurance.
Creekridge Park 1380 Creek Park Ln, Fridley, MN55432 This neighborhood park lies between Mississippi Street and Rice Creek, just east of Central Avenue. Head to Creekridge…More Park with your basketball, tennis racket or bat and glove, and you'll find the facilities you need. The tennis court has lights. There is also a playground and picnic shelter with tables.
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.
Manomin Park 6666 E River Rd, Fridley, MN55432 There are two entrances to this Anoka County Park: either north or south of Rice Creek, where it meets the Mississippi…More River. At the south end stands the 1847 Banfill Tavern, now the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts. A path takes visitors down a high bluff to footbridges over the creek and a historically-styled picnic pavilion.
Briardale Park 6171 Rice Creek Dr NE, Fridley, MN55432 Visitors can stroll into Briardale Park from three directions, but the main entrance is on Rice Creek Drive. The…More spacious park has paths, lighted basketball and tennis courts, a skating area and a playground with a special swing for handicapped users. A picnic shelter stands nearby the playground.
Locke Lake Park 6625 Ashton Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 This half-acre park is tucked along the south shore of Locke Lake, just west of the railroad tracks that carry…More Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Northstar Commuter trains. A switchback trail descends from the street to the lake. It's a place to access bike trails, with Rice Creek in one direction and the Mississippi River in the other.
Eleanor F. Anderson, CPA 1319 Rice Creek Rd NE, Fridley, MN55432 Eleanor F. Anderson provides complete tax preparation, filing and auditing services for local businesses and…More individuals. The team can handle anything from personal returns to corporate and payroll taxes. For a full list of services, visit the firm's website.
Locke County Park 840 71st Ave. NE, Fridley, MN55432 Anoka County's Locke Park comprises nearly 100 acres on either side of Rice Creek between Highway 65 and University…More Avenue. A long entrance along railroad tracks and industrial property on 71st Avenue NE brings visitors to two large creekside picnic pavilions, restrooms and a playground. At the end of the road is a fenced dog park.
Springbrook Nature Center 100 85th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN55432 This 127-acre city-owned preserve offers an oasis for wildlife and human visitors. The park's interpretive center has…More displays of plants and animals, as well as a corner devoted to the tornado that struck the park in 1986. Six hiking trails allow visitors to explore Beaver Pond, Springbrook Creek and the surrounding natural areas.