Roseville is north of Minneapolis and St. Paul and visitors are only a few minutes away from our City Parks, theaters, museums, shopping and sporting venues. Enjoy our neighbors during the day and stay in Roseville at night. Whether you are looking for some family fun, a getaway, or just a quiet comfortable vacation, Roseville is the place for you!
Roseville is home to beautiful parks. Roseville residents are proud of the 30 parks, 679 acres of parkland and open space, 67 miles of trails and walkways found in their backyard, in their neighborhood, and in their community.
286 County Road C West
Located just south of County Road C and west of Rice Street, Acorn Park is an inviting setting of woods, walking paths and sports fields. It features a unique 18-hole Disc Golf Course, with baskets set up year around.
2838 Arona St.
This park features a newer play structure and beautiful landscaping.
1365 Lydia Ave. West
Autumn Grove Park is built for fun. Whether your idea of fun involves a tennis ball, fast-breaking down a basketball court, dribbling a soccer ball, or playing some pick-up hockey with a few buddies, Autumn Grove Park has the facilities you will need.
The parks amenities include two softball fields which convert to soccer in the fall, two lighted tennis courts, playground equipment, and a full sized, lighted basketball court with glass backboards. During the winter months, the park is home to broomball, hockey, and open skating on an outdoor hockey rink and pleasure rink. There's even a warming house available when your toes get cold.
1175 Roselawn Avenue West
This 4.4 acre neighborhood park is named in honor of Bruce Russell, a Roseville police office killed in the line of duty in 1982. The park features two lighted tennis courts and practice walls, a basketball court, a large play structure, and a small neighborhood play field.
2520 Dale St. North
Central Park (Dale East) features the Harriet Alexander Nature Center , situated on a 52 acre nature preserve. Floating boardwalks provide for an exciting tour of Roseville's premier nature preserve. The Central Park Arboretum across Dale Street from the Harriet Alexander Nature Center has 8 acres of beautiful gardens, trees, and rock landscaping with benches for contemplation and trails for strolling.
2540 Lexington Ave. North
Central Park at Lexington Avenue is located right in the heart of Roseville. Adjacent to the Civic Center Campus and home to the Amphitheatre, it holds our largest shelter ( Jaycees Shelter ) and biking and walking trails surrounding Bennett Lake.
It is also home to the Frank Rog Amphitheatre , which houses the Summer Entertainment Series. Central Park Lexington is always bustling with families, music, and activities that everyone can enjoy!
816 Heinel Dr. North
This often ignored corner of Central Park is a preserve of woods, wetlands, and wildlife. Undeveloped and quite secluded, the best entrance to the park is to take Heinel Drive down from South Owasso Blvd. At 225 acres, Central Park is the largest park in Roseville, and one of the larger urban parks in Ramsey County. Central Park is divided into 5 areas connected by a series of walking and biking trails.
2490 Victoria St., North
Central Park Victoria East is the heart of Roseville's respected Softball Leagues. It holds six softball fields that are populated by softball players nearly every evening during the summer and fall months. Also threading through the fields are paved trails connecting up with the rest of Central Park.
2495 Victoria St. North
Central Park Victoria West is Roseville's picnic destination. It contains two rentable picnic shelters (Foundation Shelter and Lions Shelter) with full kitchens and bathrooms. This portion of Central Park includes a playground, tennis courts, and paved trails around Bennett Lake to keep your party guests entertained.
2394 Dale St. North
Concordia Park features two fully fenced ball fields with an irrigated playing field.
1281 County Rd. C2 West
This 6.4 acre park features an aggregate trail through a heavily wooded park.
1810 County Rd. B West
Evergreen Park features a baseball complex with four fields that are used for Little League games in Roseville. The complex is also used by neighboring Brimhall Elementary for school activities.
Evergreen also offers a lighted hockey/skating rink with heated shelter, two lighted tennis courts, a practice field for soccer or football, updated playground equipment, as well as picnic tables and grills. 3.94
1260 Woodhill Drive
Named in honor of slain Roseville police officer Howard Johnson, this park features 2 lighted tennis courts, 1 ball field, a picnic area and playground overlooking a small pond with a circular walking trail.
1219 Fernwood St.
This 2.26 acre play lot features swinging benches overlooking a wildlife pond and a large open space for playing soccer, tag, or flying a kite.
299 Owasso Blvd. South
This conservancy park provides a natural environment setting. The park features a canoe launch area with a channel to Lake Owasso.
1894 County Rd. C2 West
Located just north of County Road C and east of Cleveland Avenue, Langton Lake Park features nature trails around Langton Lake, 2 ball fields, a soccer field, picnic areas, 2 large play apparatus, and nearly one mile of scenic trails.
Langton Lake also has an accessible fishing pier and is great for canoeing.
2131 Lexington Ave. North
Skating areas are featured here with a lighted hockey rink, general skating rink and enclosed, heated shelter. The park also has a fenced ball field and playground.
2917 Matilda St.
Mapleview Park is located on Matilda between County Road C-2 and South Owasso Boulevard. The park offers 3.3 acres of picturesque park area and includes playground apparatus a ball field, a sliding hill, and a general skating rink. One of the distinguishing features of this neighborhood park is the covered picnic table and grill.
225 Minnesota Ave.
Materion Park is nestled in a residential neighborhood on the north side of Minnesota Avenue in east-central Roseville.
Materion‘s one-half mile of trails meander through the park's rolling terrain. The park also includes play equipment and a few bench swings.
1700 County Rd. C2 West
Located just south of County Road C and west of Oasis Park features a space of community vegetable garden plots, surrounded by a number of park amenities, including a lighted skating rink with a heated shelter, a ball field, picnic areas, and a small walking trail.
2659 Victoria St. North
This two field youth baseball complex has a practice batting cage and concessions stand.
593 Owasso Hills Dr.
Thirty years ago, the site was city-owned property slated to be the home of "Pheasant Park". The parcel was instead given to the school district as part of a site for a planned third high school. That high school was never needed. When the school district redeveloped its prorate into a residential area, the 8.5 acre site was once again set aside for a park.
Owasso Hills Park now features 1/4 mile of trails, park benches, a play field, a half-court basketball surface, and specialized play equipment for toddlers through teens.
1966 Chatsworth St.
Roseville 's newest neighborhood park, Pioneer Park, is located east of Chatsworth Street just north of Roselawn Avenue on land long owned by the Zuettel family. The Zuettels were among the many original Roseville settlers who grew vegetables and flowers. The picturesque park includes 1/4 mile of trails and a decorative arbor as well as a large play area and basketball court. Parking is available along Chatsworth Street.
2540 Pascal St.
Two lighted tennis courts, a play structure, and a ball field with a picnic area, and lots of open space are featured in this park.
1901 Alta Vista Drive
You can walk for miles in this 120-acre Roseville park and see little sign of development — just hilly terrain with lots of pine trees, wetlands, prairie grass, and savanna.
The site, which includes some of the highest ground in Roseville, is home to a 30-million gallon, underground water reservoir that for years had been operated by the City of St. Paul. When the reservoir became outdated, St. Paul sold the land to the City of Roseville in 1997.
That land was added to 34 acres of land that the City leases from Roselawn Cemetery to create the park.
Neighborhood task forces and park and recreation planners expressed the wish that this new park remain pristine and forest like. Outside of adding a pathway, the only development the City has done is to restore eroding soft trails and eradicate invasive plants such as buckthorn and purple loosestrife.
2590 Fry St.
Wading Pool Hours -
Hours include holidays and may vary. There is no lifeguard on duty, so do not leave children unattended. Rosebrook Park in the James Addition is fairly typical of a Roseville neighborhood park. It has play apparatus, two ball fields, two lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, and a football field. A wading pool distinguishes Rosebrook from other parks.
3060 Patton Rd.
This 3.37 acre neighborhood park has a basketball court, tennis court and ball field, as well as a hockey rink and skating area with an enclosed, heated shelter.
1745 Farrington St.
Tamarack may be a little hard to find, but it's well worth the effort. Visitors enter the park from the east through a narrow swath of land. A park sign lets you know you're on the right path. As you reach the back of the neighboring homes, the park's large play field opens up in front of you. Distinguishing features of the park include a casual softball diamond with dirt infield and a backstop, beautiful new play equipment, and lots of open spaces.
3110 Avon St.
This 10.9 acre park features paved biking and hiking trails, a basketball court, a ball field and a picnic area near a small pond.
1135 Woodhill Dr.
This park, adjacent to the Roseville VFW Club, features a fully fenced, irrigated ball field, bleachers, a concession area, two sand volleyball courts and a large play apparatus.
2055 Cohansey Blvd.
Villa Park is the fifth largest park in Roseville. In addition to the rural feeling, Villa Park offers Roseville residents a nice array of amenities. Scattered throughout the lush acreage are a ballfield, two play areas, a hockey rink, basketball court, and a small picnic shelter. A distinguishing feature of the park is the bocce ball court in the western portion of the park near the B-Dale club.
1283 County Rd. B2 West
This park features a nature trail through a 14.8 acre natural park and pond.
2724 Western Ave. North
A grove of trees and a few park benches nestled in 2.6 acres could describe Woodhill Park. Woodhill offers an informal setting to enjoy quiet and greenery.
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