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2810 70th St E, Inver Grove Heights, MN, USA
Open during park hours, 6am-10pm.

South Valley Park is one half of a large, rolling green space in Inver Grove Heights bisected by 7th St E. The southern section of the park is connected to North Valley Park via a path underneath the busy street. As with all Inver Grove Heights parks, this one is trim and well-maintained.

Things to do at South Valley Park

This neighborhood park is a hub for community entertainment in Inver Grove Heights. Amenities include playground equipment, a picnic shelter, grills and a softball field. A paved bike trail runs through the park. During the summer months, the park hosts Terrific Tuesdays with live kids entertainment at 10:30am. Please check the city’s website for the schedule.

Inver Grove Heights Disc Golf Course

Both South & North Valley Park share the 18-hole Inver Grove Heights Disc Golf Course. May to September a day pass ($5) is required to play. October through April the course is free. Find more disc golf courses in the Twin Cities.

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Winter in South Valley Park

This park is one of five parks in Inver Grove Heights with an outdoor ice skating rink and the only one to boast a designated sledding hill. The hill is long, sloping and gentle. The city maintains its ice skating rinks from mid-December through mid-February, weather and ice conditions permitting. There is no warming house or attendant onsite.

Plan your visit

Park notes: If you have younger children along on a disc golf outing, the southern portion of the park is more kid-friendly. It includes playground equipment, a covered shelter for a picnic and restrooms.

Find more information about other Inver Grove Heights Parks or check our Twin Cities Parks Directory for more park ideas.

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