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Meadowlands Park
6641 Kennaston Dr NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Meadowlands Park, which encompasses almost 10 acres, has play equipment as well as natural areas ready for exploration.More One path leads to a playground and picnic shelter with two grills. Another path circles an open field and pond.
Farr Lake Park
1510 N Innsbruck Dr, Fridley, MN 55432
Look sharp or you could miss the North Innsbruck Drive access point into this sizable lakefront park. A path on a narrowMore strip of land between two residential properties leads down to natural areas on Farr Lake. The path is paved but appears to descend too steeply for wheelchairs.
Plaza Park
170 69th Ave NE, Fridley, MN 55432
This is an active rail line and bike path border Plaza Park to the west. At the north end is a single-hoop basketballMore court and a playground with a small plaque dedicating the play equipment to the memory of a girl who used to play there. Most of the park's three acres are in the southern section, where a slope filled with oaks goes down to Locke Lake.
Manomin Park
6666 E River Rd, Fridley, MN 55432
There are two entrances to this Anoka County Park: either north or south of Rice Creek, where it meets the MississippiMore 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.
Moore Lake Park and Beach
5890 Central Ave NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Birds and beach bums love Moore Lake Park. As traffic whizzes past on the stretch of Hwy. 65 that bisects the lake,More animals and humans alike enjoy the shore. Paths, picnic shelters, sports courts, and play areas round out the offerings at this 14-acre park.
Craig Park
410 79th Way NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Craig Park is a sizable recreation spot that occupies the middle of an L-shaped residential block. A path from theMore street goes down a small slope past a stand of elms. The rest of the park contains a ball field with team benches, a playground, picnic tables, a basketball hoop and two lighted tennis courts.
Briardale Park
6171 Rice Creek Dr NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Visitors can stroll into Briardale Park from three directions, but the main entrance is on Rice Creek Drive. TheMore 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.
Innsbruck Nature Center
5815 Arthur St NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Located along the southeastern city limits, this is Fridley's second-biggest city park, after Springbrook Nature CenterMore 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.
Riverview Heights Park
487 79th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55444
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.
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