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Oak Hill Park, St. Louis Park

Free Wi-Fi Available
Oak Hill Park, 3201 Rhode Island Ave S, Saint Louis Park, MN, United States
952.924.2500
Admission: $0.00
Non-Residents Pay $1.00 to use Splash Pad
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
Details:

Oak Hill Park is on the west side of St. Louis Park and abuts Louisiana Oaks Park.  It has family friendly amenities that include a playground, a splash pad, and sports fields. In the winter, families can ice skate and sled. There is also room to to picnic with both tables and shelters. Oak Hill is one of the parks in St. Louis Park that offers free Wi-Fi in its picnic and park shelters.

Winter at Oak Hills ParkWinter at Oak Hills Park

Oak Hills has a designated sledding area. The city also maintains a lighted skating rink at this park. The warming house at this location sells hot cocoa for $2 a cup during open hoursFind more Twin Cities Sledding Hills here.

The Splash Pad at Oak Hill Park 

The park's water playground allows children to activate bubbling hoses, water nozzles and sprinkler arches using motion sensors. Parental supervision and rubber soled water shoes are strongly recommended safety precautions. Weather permitting, the splash pad is available from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily Memorial Day - Labor Day.
Note: Unlike most metro splash pads, this pad is staffed and requires an admission fee of $1.00 for non-residents. Residents are free (I assume you should plan to bring ID showing your address). A staff person is onsite early June – mid-Aug, weekdays from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Also unique to this splash pad is the ability to reserve the pad for groups during specified times (inexpensive birthday party?). You can find the Reservation form here. Group admission is $2.00. Call the park to check availability. The splash pad is limited to 30 people including staff and chaperones.

Birthday Parties at Oak Hill ParkBirthday Parties at Oak Hill Park

Besides the possibility of a splash pad party, this park has Building Rental available. Park buildings can accommodate up to 20 people. Download the 2017 Rental Application to get started. Rentals start at $55-$65/hour (depending on residency) with a $300 damage deposit.

Not quite what you are looking for? Check our Ultimate Guide to Birthday Parties in the Twin Cities.

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Twin Cities parks are great for hiking, biking, rollerblading, kayaking, canoeing and other fun physical games. But, they are also just great for hanging out in a hammock and picnicking while the kids explore and enjoy some of the best playgrounds in Minnesota. Let's enjoy our parks:

Inside Parks and Indoor Waterparks

In Minnesota indoor playgrounds are a necessity! I know we think of outdoors when we think of parks, but with our long, dark and cold winters, some indoor active games are a must. You can even have indoor picnics at these parks. This such a great way to stretch the summer feeling into the winter! Check out some of the best indoor playgrounds in the Twin Cities this winter.

Outside Parks and Outdoor Waterparks

Minnesota has these, too! And during our short summer, we want to take advantage of them as much as possible! best In fact, the Minneapolis and St. Paul Parks are some of the best outdoor playgrounds twin cities - actually in the country. They win awards - every year! Look and See. Every. Single. Year. So get out to our area parks, make up some fun games to play.

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One thing I love about Movies in the Park is that they tend to screen at some of the best playgrounds in Minneapolis and the greater Twin Cities. I love to make it a full evening with a picnic and some fun outdoor kid games and Park Games for Kids. This is a good time to see newer kids movies that you didn't catch in the theater or to introduce your kids to your own childhood favorites without having to gamble on library DVD quality.

Tot Times

Active indoor games for preschoolers are something we are always on the search for when the weather is uncooperative. The parks have a lot to offer with their tot times and open gym slots. For instance, they often offer riding toys, hula hoops, games to play with preschoolers, balls of all kinds, climbing structures, fun games for toddlers, etc.

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