Valley View Heights Park 1056 Cullen Ave, Mendota Heights, MN55120 Valley View Heights Park is a small neighborhood park perfect for entertaining younger children or shooting some hoops.…More The city's paved trail system connects this park to Wagon Wheel Trail and Rogers Lake Park.
Lilydale Regional Park is located in Lilydale, MN, but is owned and operated by the city of St. Paul. Its borders…More fall in both Dakota and Ramsey counties.
The park was once the site of the old city of Lilydale before flooding forced citizens to relocate to the bluffs.
In 2011, the park underwent environmental cleanup, and a master plan for the park was developed to provide amenities and enhance the park's undeveloped features.
In addition to Pickerel Lake, the park's amenities include fossil grounds at the site of a former brickyard and a boat launch into the Mississippi River. Ice climbing on the cliffs and fossil collecting are allowable by permit only.
Lilydale Regional is adjacent to St. Paul's Cherokee Regional Park.
Rogers Lake Park 1000 Wagon Wheel Trl, Mendota Heights, MN55120 This park has a great location on Roger's Lake in addition to a variety of different amenities, including a fenced, Tier…More 1 skate park. A large picnic shelter sports a view of the lake and a fishing pier. The park also features a sand volleyball court, basketball half-court, playground area and walking trails.
Kensington Park Concord Way & Stockbridge Rd, Mendota Heights, MN55120 Kensington Park North and Kensington Park South anchor the southeastern corner of Mendota Heights' recreation offerings.…More Kensington Park South offers two adult soccer fields, a concession building with restrooms, two shelters with picnic tables and a playground area. Its sister park, across Stockbridge Road and extending up to Mendota Heights Road, offers a paved trail leading through a mix of open space and natural plantings.
Mendakota Community Park 2000 Mendakota Dr, Mendota Heights, MN55120 Mendakota Community Park offers four adult-size softball fields also used for youth baseball. The park also offers a…More youth soccer field, picnic shelter, room for flag football, two batting cages and a full basketball court. Spectators can watch baseball from a second-story viewing shelter above the concession stand and bathroom facilities. A playground area was updated in 2010. The city's paved trail system wraps around the complex.
Marie Park 1780 Lilac Ln, Mendota Heights, MN55118 A bright spot along Marie Avenue, Marie Park offers a variety of options for visitors of any age. Double tennis courts…More are next to the parking lot, and are reserved for a local tennis club weekday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., May 1 to October 1. A basketball half-court is available for shooting hoops, a boarded hockey rink with warming house awaits frozen weather and an unfenced youth softball diamond anchors the northeast corner. Kids can let loose on the playground equipment.
Hagstrom-King Park Mendota Heights Rd & Hampshire Dr, Mendota Heights, MN55120 Located just west of Delaware on Mendota Heights Road, Hagstrom-King Park offers a relaxed, neighborhood recreation area…More visited by residents of surrounding communities as well. The grounds offer a youth baseball/softball field, playground and basketball half-court. Two large ponds anchor a natural area. The park is also connected to the city's paved trail system.
Ivy Hills Park Ivy Hill Dr & Butler Ave W, Mendota Heights, MN55118 Ivy Hills Park boasts plenty of sunny space for a neighborhood park, as well as established tree groves that provide a…More shaded expanse to relax. Two tennis courts, paved trail, a half-court basketball hoop, softball field, and playground equipment round out the recreation options. A few picnic benches and one grill are also available. In the winter, an ice rink is established for skating. From Dodd Road, head west on Ivy Hill Drive to get to Butler Avenue.
Victoria Highlands Park 1700 Diane Road, Mendota Heights, MN55118 Victoria Highlands Park sports many of the amenities of a bigger location, but is tucked away in a residential…More neighborhood just east of Victoria. The low-traffic location adds a relaxed, "secret gem" feel to the green grass, soccer field and youth baseball field, picnic benches, playground equipment and walking trail. The bituminous trail connects to the rest of the city's system.