Wolfe Park is located between Excelsior & Grand in Saint Louis Park and features a pavilion that holds year-round events. Families can enjoy a playground, walking trail, a fishing pond and picnic shelters. It also has a variety of sports courts. The Veterans' Memorial Amphitheater is terraced into the hill on the south side of the park and seats 200. Wolfe Park Pavilion, playground area and Veterans Amphitheater all provide free Wi-Fi to park visitors.
Wolfe Park Playground
New Pickleball Courts
During the summer of 2019, a grass space behind the sand volleyball court was constructed into five new pickleball courts. The pickleball courts, like Tennis and Volleyball courts, are available to rent.
Summer Concerts & Events at Wolfe Park
Fishing Wolfe Lake With Kids
Minnesota DNR's Fishing in the Neighborhood (FIN) pond because it is considered an ideal lake to introduce the sport of fishing and offers a variety of fish species. The program was designed to help encourage a new generation of fishing enthusiasts under the belief that fishing promotes good stewardship and instills environmental values. Download a FIN Guide Here. You may find Bluegill, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike or Yellow Perch when fishing this lake.
For more ideas on fishing in the Twin Cities, Fishing the Twin Cities: 10 Best Fishing Holes in the Twin Cities.
Birthday Parties at Wolfe Park
The park offers several rental opportunities for private events, like birthday parties. The Veterans' Memorial Amphitheater can be rented alone or in combination with the Wolfe Park building. Rental fees depend on time of date, rental length and residential status. The Amphitheater has a capacity of 300 people and the park building can hold up to 30 people. The park building is available year round and has a fireplace and air-conditioning. Learn more here.
There are also two picnic shelters available for smaller parties. The Main Shelter holds up to 100 people and the East Shelter can hold 35 people. These are also priced according to residential status and require a refundable damage deposit. The city will not reserve shelters on the three major summer holidays -- Memorial Day, Independence Day or Labor Day.