Minnehaha Regional Park
City treasure is home to the 53-foot-high Minnehaha Falls. The park is one of the oldest and most popular in the city. There is a nice walking trail and other fun things to do include strolling through a pergola garden, dining at the Sea Salt Eatery, and enjoying a live show at the Minnehaha…
Minnehaha Park overlooks the Mississippi and features beautiful Minnehaha Falls, miles of hiking trails & bike paths (convenient bike rentals available from Wheel Fun Rentals and Nice Ride), a dog park, historic buildings, and local favorite, Sea Salt Eatery.
It is sprawling park along the banks of the Mississippi River, near downtown. Minnehaha Falls is over 50 feet and was made famous by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "The Song of Hiawatha". It is even worth a visit in the winter, when the falls are frozen.
A striking, wilderness waterfall in an urban setting. Overlooking the Mississippi River, Minnehaha Park is one of Minneapolis’ oldest and most popular parks, attracting over 850,000 thousand visitors annually. Located at the intersection of Hiawatha Avenue and Minnehaha Parkway, the 193-acre park…
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“Great for tender roasted chicken, ribs, among others, and a fantastic carrot cake. ”
“Fun for the kids as this park has a wading pool and lots of equipment to play on. You will also find a soccer field and basket ball courts here. ”
“Veterans park is walking distance away. They have mini golf and a large swimming pool available during summer months. There are also walking trail around the lake.”
“The pulled smoked pork and chicken are very good, both smoky and firm and not soupy and Crock-Pot-evoking the way they are at lesser spots. The potato chips are handmade and served warm in paper bags, the way they probably are in heaven.”