Fridley Parks & Recreation 6431 University Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 Fridley Parks & Recreation is a government office tasked with the management and upkeep of community facilities and…More parks. The maintenance division of Fridley Parks & Recreation manages 38 parks, including sports fields and rinks, the Springbrook Nature Center and recreation programs for local senior citizens.
Central Park Liquor 8101 Highway 65 NE, Spring Lake Park, MN55432 Located in Spring Lake Park, Central Park Liquor is a municipally owned and operated liquor store which additionally…More carries cheese, food and lottery tickets. Also home to Park Avenue Fine Tobaccos, an in-house cigar shop which makes available tobacco products and accessories, Central Park Liquor offers an extensive wine selection and hosts product tastings, wine club meetings and wine dinners.
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.
West Moore Lake Park 6039 W Moore Lake Dr, Fridley, MN55432 If the park on the east side of Moore Lake is stuffed with amenities and things to do, this park on lake's west side is…More just the opposite. West Moore Lake Park is mainly natural open space. Split-rail fences run along the roadways on the perimeter of what's also known as Sand Dunes Natural History Area.
Plymouth Square Park 4801 Main St NE, Fridley, MN55421 If you're going to play ball at Plymouth Square Park, make sure it's a basketball. This half-block park has a two-hoop…More court, but a sign at the entrance says hitting baseballs, softballs or golfballs isn't allowed. A fence along the park's western edge keeps kids away from busy Main Street.
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.
Glencoe Park 661 Glencoe St NE, Fridley, MN55432 One of Fridley's smallest mini-parks is tucked next to a residential street just a half-block from the Mississippi…More River. Glencoe Park's main feature for play is a two-hoop basketball court. The rest of the park is devoted to open space and trees.
Springbrook Park 8155 Broad Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 Springbrook Park shares a name with the much-larger Springbrook Nature Center, which is located nearby to the east.…More But this park occupies a little more than a half-acre at one end of a block in a residential neighborhood. A swingset and two sets of play equipment comprise one side of the park; the other side is a small open space.
City Plaza Park 6431 University Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 You don't have to go far from Fridley City Hall to find a park. City Plaza Park is just out the front door--a jumble of…More concrete outcroppings and evergreens that rises up for a view over busy University Avenue. Most summers, water cascades down the park's many levels, but 2010 was an exception. Budget cuts kept the plaza dry.
Riverview Heights Park 487 79th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN55444 This is Fridley's main city park along the Mississippi River. A semi-circular lot offers visitors off-street parking.…More Two paths run through Riverview Heights Park: one winds along the park's eastern edge while the other takes a straight route along the river bank that includes a picturesque bridge. A shelter set back among the trees provides a roof for picnics.
Community Park 7000 University Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 Community Park is where Fridley goes to play ball. Its six fields have diamonds as well as space for nine-person…More football. The large park building and parking lots can accomodate crowds on a busy competition schedule.
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.
Jay Park 6520 2nd St NE, Fridley, MN55432 This pocket park is situated on a residential street of small apartment buildings and houses. There is a single…More basketball hoop for the older set. The playground has equipment for a range of younger ages.
Islands of Peace Park 200 Charles St NE, Fridley, MN55432 Islands of Peace Park is said to be the first park in the state designed with handicapped visitors in mind. A switchback…More trail provides a gentle descent to the Mississippi River. There, a footbridge connects the mainland to a sizable grassy island