What to expect?
- Wood chip footing under playground equipment, surrounded by brick paths and grass
- Free street parking
- Playground is closed October 15 – April 15
- Bathrooms inside building next to playgrounds
- Older equipment but some are unique, like the turning crank that slowly moves the “boat across the sea”
- Two baby swings and regular swings
- Toddler area with toy house, smaller slides and little climbing structure
- Big kid area with slides and monkey bars and ropes and plenty of climbing objects
- Toddler and big kid area are separated by a large pergola with benches
- Tons of picnic tables and a large shaded shelter
- A gorgeous view of the river and the city
- Sometimes horse drawn carriages drive by the park – our daughter thought that was awesome!
- TIP: Stillwater is AWESOME – Candy stores, pizza shops, wine bars, and Teddy Bear Park just down the road. This park is far less busy than Teddy Bear, but they are both worth a stop.
What to bring?
- Large grassy areas would be fun for a picnic or a game of catch
- Binoculars to take in the beautiful view
- Your walking shoes because you will want to head into town and play around for a bit
- There’s a great bike path (Brown’s Creek State Trail) that runs along the river if you want to bring your bikes.
- Your imagination! Wooden parks always spark creativity in my kids for some reason. Have fun!
How to get there?
515 North 2nd Street
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Want more parks?
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