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Eagles Nest Indoor Playground, New Brighton
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HealthEast Sports Center and Madison’s Place Playground
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Eagles Nest Indoor Playground, New Brighton

The Eagles Nest Indoor Playground is found in the New Brighton Community Center. Its equipment includes a ball pit, an 8 foot climbing wall, a triple slide, a wiggle waggles and a foam forest. The Eaglets Aerie is a tot space for children aged 3 and under and contains developmentally appropriate activities, including a ball pit and climbing structure, as well as a reading corner. The City of New Brighton completely renovated the indoor playground in the fall of 2017. 

Children are required to wear socks. If you forget them, socks be purchased for $3 per pair.

Eagles Nest - Park Birthday Parties

Many Community Centers have Indoor Playgrounds that offer Birthday Party Packages

Eagles Nest Prices and Discounts

Admission is currently $6.50 per child. This price went into effect on January 1, 2020. Any increases tend to happen with the new year.

Discount opportunities we have found include:

  1. Membership to the New Brighton Community Center includes unlimited play at the Eagles Nest. Youth and family memberships available.
  2. Discounted twilight admission on weeknights (Monday-Friday) after 6pm for $4.00.
  3. Frequent visitors may want to purchase a punch pass to get 12 visits for the price of 10.
  4. Twin Cities Kids Club members can use their membership to get 2 for 1 admission
  5. Discounted passes are sometimes available on Groupon.

See the venues website for group deals, punch passes and membership information.

Food at the Eagles Nest

Families may bring food and eat it in the picnic area or purchase it from vending machines. No food is allowed in the play area. The family picnic area is not meant for parties.

Eagles Nest Age Guidelines

Note that this play area is geared toward children ages 1 to 12. Children under 1 are welcome and free. Children older than 12 may not play, but are allowed in the spectator area with their parents. However, teenagers who come with their families have other options, including the community center’s gym and library. All children inside the Eagles Nest (whether playing or spectating) must be accompanied by an adult.

Birthday Parties at the Eagles Nest

Birthday Parties range from 5-child Weekday Birthday Blitz to an Exclusive Use party for up to 25. All parties have options for paying for extra children if you exceed the limit. Some party packages include refreshments and cake, while others are bring-your-own.

Drop in parties are not allowed. If you plan to bring gifts, favors, balloons, cake/cupcakes or other accessories, you must make a birthday party reservation.

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HealthEast Sports Center and Madison’s Place Playground

HealthEast Sports Center (f/k/a Bielenberg Sports Center) is a multi-use sports centers with indoor and outdoor facilities. Amenities include a 90,000-square-foot indoor field house, two indoor ice arenas, an outdoor ice skating rink, 36 outdoor athletic fields, a splash pad, and Twin Cities East Metro’s first completely handicapped accessible inclusive playground. 

The recent name change from Bielenberg Sports Center is part of a sponsorship agreement in which HealthEast will be investing $126,000 into the center. The city is in the process of deciding how to use the funds.

Some Activities Require Pre-Registration – Find & Register For Events Here.

Madison’s Place Accessible Playground at HealthEast Sports Center

Madison’s Place is an all-inclusive playground with equipment and ramps for wheelchair access, shaded play decks, accessible swings, and sensory play features. The playground was born through the Madison Claire Foundation whose ongoing mission is to set a standard for how people think about and plan for inclusive play.


Splash Pad at HealthEast Sports Center

During the summer season (Memorial Day to Labor Day), HealthEast has a free splash pad with two platforms, the smaller of which is better suited to smaller children. The larger platform includes dumping buckets, flower showers and spray nozzles. In season, the splash pad is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Nearby restrooms are available during these hours.


HealthEast Sports Center is available for Birthday Parties

HealthEast Sports Center is available for Birthday Parties

Birthday Parties at HealthEast Sports Center

HealthEast has space available to rent for birthday parties. Prices start at $25/hour and go up depending on the rental space. Set up by an event attendant can be added for $20/hour.


Open Sports Times at HealthEast Sports Center

Find Year-Round Ice Skating at HealthEast Sports Center

Year-Round Ice Skating

The sports center offers open times for practicing various sports. Skate rental is $6 per pair and skate sharpening is available for $6 per pair. Schedules are subject to change. Find current schedules online or sign up for their email updates.

  • Outdoor Refrigerated Ice Rink • FREE
  • Indoor Open Skating • $5 per time or $40 for a 10-pass
  • Open Freestyle • $7 per time or $50 for a 10-pass
  • Open Walk/Run • $3 per time ($1/age 5 and under), $20 for a 10-pass or $52 for a season pass
  • Summer Open Field – In place of specific sports times  • $7 per time
  • Youth/Adult Open Soccer • $7 per time or 650 for a 10-pass
  • Open Lacrosse • $7 per time or $60 for a 10-pass
  • Adult Open Hockey • $7 per time or $60 for a 10-pass

Outdoor Refrigerated Rink at HealthEast Sports Center

The facility maintains a refrigerated outdoor rink beginning in late November. This rink offers free drop-in skating Sundays-Thursdays from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 6 a.m.-to 10 p.m.  All open skate times are subject to weather, special events, maintenance or snow removal. Skates can be sharpened or rented for $6/pair.

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