Category - Parks

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Skate the Twin Cities: Where To Find Free Outdoor Ice Rinks
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Minneapolis Wading Pools — End of Summer Closings
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10 Free Things To Do in August in the Twin Cities

Skate the Twin Cities: Where To Find Free Outdoor Ice Rinks

This weekend will be opening weekend for many of the Twin Cities-area outdoor ice rinks and we’re sure, as hardy Minnesotans ourselves, that you’re dying to strap on your skates and hustle the kids out to the rinks! That’s why we’ve rounded up this list of local places to skate –and, as nearly all are located in city parks, there’s no charge for the skating. Find your city below and click through to get the latest rink hours, directions, warming house information, and numbers to call for rink conditions.
Twin Cities Outdoor Ice Rinks

If you don’t see your city below, my apologies in advance. Please contact us to have yours added to the list or leave the information in the comments. Thanks, and enjoy your outdoor rec time! Read More

Minneapolis Wading Pools — End of Summer Closings

Because school resumes in Minneapolis on Monday, August 27, 2018, wading pools in parks adjacent to schools close at the same time. Minneapolis wading pools that are not connected to schools, are scheduled to remain open through Labor Day. Below is a list of Minneapolis wading pools. Jim Lupient and North Commons Water Park remain open through Labor Day. Webber Natural Pool is always dependent on the elements and water testing. Check current status here.

Minneapolis Wading Pools - Lake Hiawatha Park

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10 Free Things To Do in August in the Twin Cities

Don’t look at these 10 free things to do in August as an end-of-summer bucket list — because personally, I’m not ready to look fall in the face — but take these suggestions as a reminder that there is plenty of the season left to enjoy! Here’s what August has in store for the Twin Cities:

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