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  1. Columbia 18-Hole Golf Course

    3300 Central Avenue Northeast
    Minneapolis, MN 55418
    Call: 612-789-2627

    Open

    Apr 1, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014

    Established in 1919, Columbia Golf Course is the second oldest golf course in the MPRB system. Columbia Golf Course has 18 Holes of challenging golf with large, mature stands of trees lining the fairways, a state of the art Learning Center and Driving Range with target greens and Columbia Manor, a stately building overlooking the golf course that’s ideal for wedding receptions, family re-unions, anniversary parties or group outings and meetings.

  2. Fort Snelling 9-Hole Golf Course

    Bldg 175, Taylor Ave
    St Paul, MN 55111
    Call: 612-726-6222

    Open

    Apr 1, 2014 - Oct 31, 2014

    Located in the historical Fort Snelling complex, just minutes from the Mall of America and the International Airport, the Fort Snelling Golf Course is the perfect place to get away to and play a quick nine holes of golf. The par 35 layout at Fort Snelling Golf Course is a great test for the average golfer, offering a variety of holes. The course consists of six par four's (all unique to one another), one par five and two par three's. The golf course is known for it's exceptional condition.

  3. Francis A Gross National - 18-Hole Golf Course

    2201 St Anthony Blvd
    Minneapolis, MN 55418-3120
    Call: 612-789-2542

    Open

    Apr 10, 2014 - Nov 10, 2014

    Gross Golf Course opened in 1925. It has gently rolling hills with elevated tees and greens. We rent riding-carts, although many golfers enjoy walking the course. There are 3 sets of tee-markers on each hole to challenge all skill levels. It is a mature course with lots of old trees. It hosted the 1964 USGA National Publinks Championship. The course’s central location makes it readily accessible from downtown Mpls. or St. Paul; located off 35W & Hiway 36.

  4. Hiawatha 18-Hole Golf Course

    4553 Longfellow
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    Call: 612-724-7715

    Open

    Apr 1, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014

    The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board’s Hiawatha Golf Course is located next to Lake Hiawatha in south Minneapolis. Hiawatha is an 18 hole regulation golf course, Par 73. Hiawatha is a long course, generally flat with mature trees and small greens. Two fairways and four tees border Lake Hiawatha. Minnehaha Creek flows into Lake Hiawatha through the back nine holes. There are 12 ponds and 30 sand traps strategically placed throughout the golf course.


  5. Jim Lupient Water Park

    1520 Johnson St NE
    Minneapolis, MN 55413
    Call: 612-370-4937

    Open

    Jun 11, 2014 - Aug 29, 2014

    This water park features three large water slides, including a tube slide. Additional features include a log water walk, many interactive spray features, lap swimming lanes, and zero depth entry at one end for accessibility. The park theme is a rock quarry and featured items are designed to look like a quarry by incorporating stone, foam play quarry equipment and foam logs. There is also a new separate spray pool for the younger kids. Just added in 2009 is The Grand Rounds Miniature Golf Course!

  6. Longfellow House

    4800 Minnehaha
    Minneapolis, MN 55417
    Call: 612-230-6520

    Open

    May 26, 2014 - Sep 1, 2014

    The Longfellow House, built in 1906 for Robert F. (Fish) Jones, is a 2/3 scale replica of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's home in Cambridge, MA. The house has served a wide range of functions including a zoo, a library, a haunted house and is currently an interpretive and information center for the Minneapolis Park System.

  7. Meadowbrook 18-Hole Golf Course

    201 Meadowbrook Road
    Hopkins, MN 55343
    Call: 952-929-2077

    Open

    Apr 1, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014

  8. Minneapolis Grand Rounds Scenic Byway

    2117 West River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55411
    Call: (612) 230-6465

    The Grand Rounds Scenic drive offers a little bit of everything: great scenery, historic sites, modern and contemporary art, outdoor recreation, and great shopping and dining, all within the heart of Minneapolis. Paved walking and biking paths follow tree-lined roadways and parks, circle the Chain of Lakes (Nokomis, Harriet, Calhoun, and Lake of the Isles), pass Minnehaha Creek, and follow the downtown riverfront along the Mississippi.

    Highlights include a wildflower garden at Theodore Wirth Park, a large rose garden at Lake Harriet and a beautiful waterfall at Minnehaha Park. The byway brings you close to Orchestra Hall, Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and Guthrie Theater, one of many excellent theater companies in town. Learn about the city's history at the Mill City Museum, along the historic riverfront downtown, near the 1883 Stone Arch Bridge.

    Views of the Minneapolis skyline are visible from just about every portion of Grand Rounds.

  9. Minneapolis Parks & Recreation

    2117 West River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55411
    Call: 612-230-6400

    Minneapolis means the City of Lakes, but you'll also find a variety of inviting paths, regional parks, neighbor parks, recreation centers and more. There's so much to see and experience, from the Grand Rounds Parkways, to our enticing Chain of Lakes, plentiful parks, beautiful gardens and activity-filled Recreation Centers.

  10. Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

    1750 Hennepin Avenue
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-375-7600

    Always free, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is one of the country's largest urban sculpture parks, featuring more than 40 works of art and the Cowles Conservatory. At the center is a beloved Twin Cities landmark - the playful fountain "Spoonbridge and Cherry." The Garden is a collaboration between the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and the Walker Art Center.

  11. Minnehaha Falls - Minnehaha City Park

    4825 Minnehaha Av S
    Minneapolis, MN 55417
    Call: 612-230-6400

    A striking, wilderness waterfall in an urban setting.

  12. Theodore Wirth 9 and 18-Hole Golf Course

    1301 Wirth Parkway
    Golden Valley, MN 55422
    Call: 763-522-4584

    Wirth Golf Course is one of the oldest public golf courses in the state of Minnesota. The front nine of Wirth is beautifully set around Bassett Creek with several scenic views of the Minneapolis downtown skyline. Theodore Wirth Golf Course also offers a nine hole Par 3 course which is also set among the mature trees and rolling hills of the Theodore Wirth Park area.

  13. Theodore Wirth Regional Park

    1339 Theodore Wirth Pkwy.
    Minneapolis, MN 55422
    Call: 763-522-4584

    19.0 km trackset. 8.0 km skate-ski. Mostly intermediate level trails. Located in Minneapolis and Golden Valley, between US Hwy 12 and Golden Valley Rd on Wirth Pkwy. Trail runs through open parkland and woods, adjacent to snowboarding and snow tubing area. Lighted trails available at night. Fireplace at chalet. Chalet open Thurs and Fri evenings and all day Sat and Sun. Maps along trail. Ski pass required. Ski passes sold at trailhead.

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