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4480 Slater Road, Eagan, MN, USA 55122
(651) 675-5500
Hours of Operation:
Mon. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tue. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wed. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thu. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Fri. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sat. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sun. 05:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Cinnamon Ridge Park is a small neighborhood Park on the west side of Eagan. It is tucked among residential homes with a public entrance off Slater Road. Family-friendly amenities include a playground, hiking trails, basketball court and a ballfield. The city maintains a portable toilet during the summer months. There is no off-street parking.

3 Ideas for Family Fun at Cinnamon Ridge Park

  1. Bring a playground ball to play on the hard court.  It includes a small basketball half-court for a game of HORSE, a four-square court and hopscotch.
  2. Take a Walk. The “hiking trail” in this park is a 0.2 mile paved path that runs between the homes on Slater Road and Cinnamon Ridge Trail.
  3. Playground – The playground is due for a 2021 update.  It has two sunny benches for parents to sit on while watching kids play.

Classic Playground Balls in a variety of colors from Imagine Childhood
Affiliate link: Classic Playground Balls in a variety of colors from Imagine Childhood

Updates to Cinnamon Ridge Park

The City of Egan plans to replace the playground equipment in 2021 with a larger playground. They will be removing the existing playground and swings, building the new playground equipment that incorporates swings and seeding the area where the swings currently sit.

Rendering of new playground in Cinnamon Ridge Park in Eagan Minnesota.
Rendering of new park courtesy of City of Eagan.



Eagan to Remove Trash Receptacles at Cinnamon Ridge Park

“The City of Eagan is changing the way recycling and trash is collected in our parks starting the Spring of 2021, under Dakota County’s Ordinance 110. Reducing trash throughout the parks system as the main goal. While we will also be increasing recycling, trash receptacles will be removed at 13 neighborhood parks. Park visitors are asked to take the trash they “pack in” with them and also “pack out” their trash when they leave. Reducing trash within the park system will take all park users. The City of Eagan appreciates your help.”

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