Oakhaven Park 13608 Spring Lake Rd, Minnetonka, MN55345 Oakhaven Park is the newest of Minnetonka's 43 parks. The park is located in an established neighborhood, less than a…More block west of I-494. At under three acres, Oakhaven is a moderate-size residential park. Amenities include two children's play areas, a basketball court, a mini picnic shelter with table, and concrete walkways that make the park handicap accessible.
Mooney Park 2910 Oak Lea Dr, Wayzata, MN55391 Mooney Park is a small and peaceful neighborhood park. Located just West of I-494, the park is nothing more than a small…More clearing set in between a lot of large mature trees. There are two picnic tables. Bring a book! Although short on the popular amenities of larger parks in the area, Mooney Park is big on nature, quiet and solitude.
Pioneer Park 12117 Pioneer Rd, Minnetonka, MN55343 Pioneer Park, founded in 2009, is located near Pioneer Road and Nelson Drive in Minnetonka. The park's main feature is a…More cozy but extensive play area, perfect for keeping both toddlers and older kids busy. Don't forget to bring shovels and buckets: The park features a built-in sandbox. Pioneer Park also has benches, picnic tables and an open field.
Mini-Tonka Park 16001 Lake Street Ext, Minnetonka, MN55345 Mini-Tonka Park is a small neighborhood park located at the intersection of Tonkawood Road and Lake Street…More Extension. Minnetonka residents often call it "water tower park," or the "tot lot." Park features include a fenced-in play structure and picnic tables.
McKenzie Park 14950 McKenzie Blvd, Minnetonka, MN55345 McKenzie Park is a moderately sized neighborhood park that features a basketball court, a lighted hockey rink, a warming…More house and a ball field. Kids can enjoy the extensive play equipment. Toddlers will enjoy the jungle gym built especially for them. Bring lunch: The park offers a shelter with inviting picnic tables. McKenzie Park is located just west of Williston Road.
Elmwood-Strand Park 3610 Elmwood Pl, Minnetonka, MN55345 Elmwood-Strand Park is a small neighborhood park featuring playground equipment for the kids, and a picnic table and…More benches for the adults. Nestled in a residential area, this park has a cozy neighborhood feel. Two cool features you won't find in every neighborhood park - a two-person bench that swings, and a table with a painted-on checker board.
Reich Park 18601 Beaver Trl, Minnetonka, MN55345 Reich Park is a small neighborhood park which sits amidst expansive protected wetlands. The park features a large…More field for sports, two tennis courts, a hard court, play equipment and a picnic area. The park is located near the intersection of CR-101 and Highway 7.
Mills Park 12810 Minnetonka Blvd, Minnetonka, MN55305 Nestled near the corner of Minnetonka Boulevard and CR-61, Mills Park is a quiet oasis in the midst of an otherwise busy…More intersection. Mills Park is complete with a gazebo and two park benches that face a scenic creek. The park even boasts a little history, which you can read about on marked placards. Grab a cup of coffee at the nearby Dunn Brothers and enjoy it while you sit in Mills Park and listen to the trickling creek.
Glen Lake Park 5240 Glenview Dr, Minnetonka, MN55345 Located off Excelsior Boulevard, Glen Lake Park is primarily used as an athletic facility for boys' baseball and girls'…More softball. The Park has three lighted ball fields with spectator stands, an enclosed warming shelter and batting cages. The grounds also feature a skate park.
Wilson Park 4230 Victoria St, Minnetonka, MN55345 At six acres, Wilson Park is a large neighborhood park. It can be accessed from either Victoria Street or Wilson Street.…More The park has an upper level with picnic tables and a lower level with a play area, tennis court and basketball court. The play areas are extensive, one for toddlers and one for older children. And there is some distance between the jungle gyms for younger and older kids.
Guillams Field Park is located across Minnetonka Boulevard from the athletic fields of Big Willow Park. Guillams…More Field Park holds one 90-feet baseball field and two softball fields. During warmer months you can also enjoy a walking and biking trail.
The Bark Park 2814 Hedberg Dr, Minnetonka, MN55305 Located in Minnetonka, the Bark Park is a doggy daycare facility and 3,000-square-foot, climate-controlled dog park.…More Family-owned and operated, the Bark Park offers an off-leash service that does not require long-term commitments.
Minnehaha Creek Headwaters Park 16501 Grays Bay Blvd, Wayzata, MN55391 Minnehaha Creek Headwaters Park is located at Gray's Bay Dam just off of Highway 101 on Lake Minnetonka. The park is an…More ideal place to canoe, kayak, fish, bird watch or relax and take in the beautiful scenery. There is a wetland interpretive trail, which details the history of the site. There is no longer public boating access at the Headwaters Park.
Covington Park 18920 Manchester St, Minnetonka, MN55345 Covington Park is located just East of Vine Hill Road on Manchester Street. The 30 acre park is filled with recreational…More amenities such as a soccer field, an outdoor hockey rink, two tennis courts, a basketball court and jungle gym suitable for tots and older kids. Don't miss the picnic area and the hiking path. And for the cycling enthusiast, Covington Park offers biking trails.
Linner Park 2022 Linner Rd, Wayzata, MN55391 Linner Park is a large neighborhood park, located just south of Wayzata Boulevard. At twenty five acres, the majority of…More Linner Park is wetland and kept natural. A steep hill separates the developed area of the park, with a large wetland area lying to the west. In the developed area, there are many amenities for Minnetonka residents to enjoy. They include tennis courts, a hard court, jungle gym, picnic shelter and a playfield perfect for an impromptu game of flag football.
Jidana Park 3333 Jidana Ln, Minnetonka, MN55345 Jidana Park is a great place for hiking, boating, picnicking or bird watching. The park features walking paths, picnic…More tables, benches and a dock and canoe landing on Minnehaha Creek. The best way for visitors to get to Jidana Park is either by the trail and boardwalk (one half-mile walk) from the lower Minnetonka Community Center parking lot at 14600 Minnetonka Boulevard. On the boardwalk you will walk right through the wetland vegetation of Minnehaha Creek.
Lone Lake Park 5624 Shady Oak Rd S, Minnetonka, MN55343 Lone Lake Park is 146 acres and features tennis and basketball courts, athletic fields, horseshoes, picnic shelters and…More play areas, as well as a natural open space. This park boasts views of Lone Lake from the shore and dock and nearly 2 miles of formal trails including a 1.2-mile loop from the lower main parking lot. The playground is divided into a toddler jungle gym and one for older kids. The park is located near the intersection of Shady Oak and Bren roads.
Boulder Creek Park 5948 Stoneybrook Dr, Minnetonka, MN55345 Located just south of Excelsior Boulevard, Boulder Creek Park is a small, neighborhood park with big outdoor amenities.…More The park features a lighted athletic field, an outdoor hockey rink, a general skating rink, picnic shelter and playground suitable for toddlers and older kids. No chalk needed - the basketball court has hopscotch and four square painted on the ground. At Boulder Creek Park, you also can find handicapped accessible walking and biking trails. If that's not enough, there is a canoe landing for the boaters.
Purgatory Park 17315 Excelsior Blvd, Minnetonka, MN55345 Purgatory Park is Minnetonka's largest park. It boasts 155 acres and features amazing views of Purgatory Creek. If…More you're looking for walking trails, look no further than Purgatory Park. More than two miles of formal trails are connected within the park, including a 1.2-mile loop from the parking lot. Walking along this trail you can expect to see wetlands, woodlands and prairies. During the winter season, trails are plowed after a snowfall of two inches or more. Don't forget your lunch-- Purgatory Park also features picnic tables and a picnic shelter.
Located between Minnetonka Boulevard and Cedar Lake Road, Big Willow Park is the smallest of Minnetonka's five…More community parks. The park features community athletic fields, a play area and more than two miles of trails. A 2.8-mile loop starts at the small parking lot and heads north through Big Willow Park to Cedar Lake Road, east along Cedar Lake Road to County Road 73 (Hopkins Crossroad), south to Minnetonka Boulevard, and west again along Minnetonka Boulevard back to the small parking lot.
Green Circle Park 5600 Green Circle Dr, Minnetonka, MN55343 Green Circle Park is a large open space surrounded by townhouses, apartment buildings and office complexes. Commonly…More referred to as "Opus," this park can be tricky to reach because it sits amid a one-way looped roadway system. The Park is bordered by Highway 169, Shady Oak Road, Highway 62 and Smetana Road. At Green Circle Park you can enjoy a short walk around Annie's Pond, sit under the large willow tree or enjoy watching the ducks from the large gazebo which sits on a peninsula in the pond. There are more than 6 miles of paved trails around Green Circle Park.
Striping Services 4816 Chantrey Pl, Minnetonka, MN55345 Striping Services is a parking lot maitenance and painting company serving the community of Minnetonka and beyond.…More Services offered include parking lot space painting, cleaning and more.
Ford Park 2115 Ford Rd, Minnetonka, MN55305 Ford Park features wooded biking and walking trails, a playground, picnic tables and a picnic shelter and large open…More field for sports games.