"Activity is good for the soul and you can find outdoor recreation, amusement parks and sports all around us. Find something you haven’t tried or haven’t tried for a while and do it! Enjoy the experience and create a memory today!"
- Michelle, Concierge, Kellogg Square
OUR NEW FAVORITES
Hyland Visitor Center,10145 Bush Lake Rd., Bloomington.
Three Rivers park offers instructional led activities like archery, paddling, Nordic walking, yoga and more. Designed for all fitness levels. Besides the fitness club the Three River Park System offers classes, programs and events, trails, picnic areas, equipment rental to offer an exceptional outdoor experience. Enjoy the Fall colors and stop by several parks in their park system throughout Minnesota.
MAY WE ALSO SUGGEST?
CAN CAN WONDERLAND
755 Prior Ave N., St. Paul
Go for the artist-designed 18-hole mini-golf and stay for Tappy Hour dance lessons! Or perhaps trivia or the all-ages karaoke or even the Boardwalk Arcade will draw you in. The food and craft cocktails will have you calling this venue wonderland indeed!
307 Milltown Ct., Taylors Falls
One park! Two states! Ten lava flows! Explore, camp, hike, climb the glacial gorge that is Interstate Park on the St. Croix River. Check out the Ice Age Interpretive Center and Glacial Potholes that bring geologists to the area from around the world!
LEBANON HILLS REGIONAL PARK
860 Cliff Rd., Eagan
Nearly 2000 acres spreading across Eagan and Apple Valley. If you are looking for beaches, horse trails, hiking, camping, and nearly every other outdoor activity Lebanon Hills is the park for you! Year-round recreation available for people, puppies and ponies all just a short drive away!
Autumn is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the Midtown Greenway Trail. Boasting a 5.5-mile route through the chain of lakes, this trail allows you to experience the season like never before as you bike, walk, jog, or rollerblade through the scenic area of uptown. A full map is available on the website.
4801 S Minnehaha Dr., Minneapolis
A picture-perfect background for a spring adventure. The powerful falls plunge 53 feet down, just seeing this view is breathtaking. Take a walk down by the creek. There are picnic areas with tables and grills, a wading pool for kids and a disc golf course.
One Twins Way, Minneapolis
“Take me out to the ball game….” The Target Field allows fans to take in the game with views, amenities, and many special features including Taste of Twins Territory food offerings. It’s not just a hot dog or popcorn any more. There is a digital clubhouse with photo time with T.C. Go out and cheer for your home team – The Minnesota Twins!
The Padelford Riverboat offers a variety of cruises from sightseeing, sunset dinners, margaritas on the Mississippi and Rib dinner cruises. Come aboard and travel down the river!
SAINT PAUL SAINTS
360 Broadway St., St. Paul
The Saints are all about FUN! Community! And pennant winning baseball! Come on out to the ballgame at the “Greenest Ballpark in America” and enjoy the terrific food, craft beers and crazy antics of the ‘ushertainers’, the CHS entertainment team! FUN is good!
725 Vineland Pl., Minneapolis
A great place to see over 40 pieces of art. You have your signature pieces like the Spoonbridge & Cherry, the LOVE and Blue Rooster but so many more interesting artistic pieces. Come spend an afternoon walking and experiencing this garden, gallery, cinema, and stage make up this great art venue.
6420 N Camden Ave, Brooklyn Center
Get ready to swing your golf clubs without worrying about the weather. They have 100+ climate control bays. Want to improve your stroke? They offer coaching and lessons too. A fun place to get together to golf, enjoy games on the 200 HDTVs screens and indulge in seasonal beverages and appetizers and shareables. Game on!
VIKINGS | US BANK STADIUM
401 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis
Football season is upon us. Ready to join in the purple pride? The Minnesota Viking home games are full of excitement. The U.S. Bank Stadium is a state-of-the-art stadium and if you have not been to it you might want to consider joining a tour. The stadium has the capability to open the pivoting glass doors to let you experience the Minnesota Fall weather. It’s game time… come cheer on your Minnesota team – fill the stadium… invite 66,654 of your friends