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Accessible Parks In The Twin Cities

accessible parks in the twin cities area of minnesota

With temperatures warming up across Minnesota, park season is fast approaching. Thankfully, more and more communities are making their parks ADA compliant and accessible for individuals with disabilities. We've compiled a list of accessible parks in the Twin Cities so you can have fun in the sun all season long! For hours, maps, and more details please click each park's individual website link to visit their official park page.


Augsburg Adventure Park - Richfield, MN

Paved walking trails | accessible swings | ground level musical instruments | accessible benches and picnic tables

Augsburg Adventure Park website

Becker Park - Crystal, MN

Zero entry splash pad | shaded picnic tables | Community gathering space for events | accessible playground

Becker Park website


Central Park - Roseville, MN

Wide paved walking trails through wooded paths | accessible playground | flat arboretum to enjoy flowers

Central Park website


King Park - Lakeville, MN

sports fields | accessible playground | Miracle League baseball league for people with disabilities ages 3 - 19

King Park website


Madison's Playground - Woodbury, MN 

Ramps for wheelchair access | large footprint | rubber surfacing throughout the playground

Madison's Playground website


Northwoods Park - Brooklyn Park, MN 

First and only competitive wheelchair softball field | concessions | accessible park

Northwoods Park website


Rosland Park - Edina, MN 

accessible playground | gazebo

Rosland Park website


Shoreview Commons - Shoreview, MN 

inclusive play | water fountains | accessible paths

Shoreview Commons website


Thompson County Park - West St. Paul, MN 

accessible wooded walking trails that link to larger trail system | accessible playground equipment | dock fishing available

Thompson County Park website


Parks with accessible campsites, lodging, and trails

Minnesota DNR website