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.
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.
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.
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.
Madsen Park 735 73rd Ave NE, Fridley, MN55432 This 6.2-acre park takes the shape of a quarter-circle, bounded by the concentric streets of the adjacent Melody Manor…More neighborhood. Within, it holds a variety of recreation possibilites: ice sheets for hockey and skating, a lighted tennis court, a ball diamond, a two-hoop basketball court, and a playground. There is also an off-street lot for parking.
Logan Park 155 Logan Pkwy NE, Fridley, MN55432 There is a lot to do in Logan Park's two acres. It has a ball field, room for skating, two tennis courts, a fenced…More basketball area and a picnic shelter. The park's open space gets used often in winter, when kids make nice-sized snow forts there.
Skyline Park 5880 2nd St NE, Fridley, MN55432 An angled layout allows a full basketball court to fit into a corner lot in this residential neighborhood, a block away…More from the industrial area on the west side of Main Street. Skyline Park also has swings and playground equipment for big and small kids. Two square tables provide a place to picnic close to the play spaces.
Innsbruck Nature Center 5815 Arthur St NE, Fridley, MN55432 Located along the southeastern city limits, this is Fridley's second-biggest city park, after Springbrook Nature Center…More in the city's opposite corner. Innsbruck's hilly paths are unplowed during a period of reconstruction and park revitalization. Still, interpretive signs greet visitors who find their way into Innsbruck's 24 acres. A small parking lot opposite the Totino-Grace High School campus offers free woodchips.
Moon Plaza 6201 University Ave NE # 6269, Fridley, MN55432 Moon Plaza is a strip mall-style shopping center with a range of businesses, including salons, tailors, dry cleaners,…More cafes and more. Some include Universal Hair Studio, Buzz's Barber Shop and The Purple Tailor. It has a large parking lot and also has pedestrian walkways.