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Robbinsdale City Hall

Robbinsdale City Hall

4100 Lakeview Avenue North
Robbinsdale, MN 55422
763-537-4534

Parks Street Map

Park Facilities Fourteen parks totaling 110 acres.

Download a printable Facilities chart

Key  Features
Picnic Tables= T Shelter= S Ball Field= B Playground Equipment= PE
Paths and Trails= PT 1/2-Court Basketball= BB Horseshoe Court= HC Concession Stand= CS
Park name—address Acres Features Extras
Graeser
West Broadway and Highway 100
  T                
Thomas Hollingsworth
4237 Shoreline Drive
4.4 T         PT     Fishing dock
Hubert H. Humphrey
4545 Halifax Avenue North
3.8 T         PT      
Kelly
4100 Xenia Avenue North
1.8 T     PE BB PT HC    
Lakeview Terrace
3769 Crystal Lake Boulevard
30 T   Bx3 PE   PT   CS Boat access
Lee— 3738 Lee Avenue North 6.7 T   B PE   PT     Picnic pavilion
South Halifax— 3101 Halifax Avenue North 4.0 T     PE BB PT      
Parkview— 2765 Parkview Boulevard 0.3       PE          
Manor— 3129 Abbott Avenue North 3.8 T S B PE   PT     Tennis court, meeting room, Splash Pad
Mielke— 4239 Halifax Avenue North 0.7                 Community garden
Sanborn— 42nd and Chowen Avenue North 8.8 T S Bx2 PE BB PT HCx2 CS Picnic pavilion, 2 tennis courts, meeting room, hockey rink, free-skate
Sochacki— 3500 June Avenue North 37.4 T         PT     Picnic pavilion
Spanjers— 4511 Lake Drive 2.5     B            
Sunset— 3901 Crystal Lake Boulevard 0.8 T     PE   PT      
Triangle— Noble and 40th Avenue North 1.0 T S B PE   PT     Wading pool, meeting room
       

Park Facilities

Recreation Services Highlights

It is spring! Everything is a highlight!

Program info: 763-531-1276.

Robbinsdale is a partner of Active Living Hennepin County

Improve your health and quality of life by using the city’s places and opportunities for safe, convenient and affordable physical activities.

Choose from many activities for all ages at parks, trails and the Robbinsdale Community Gyms and Fitness Center.

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Recreation Services Highlights

Robbinsdale does not have any designated areas, however areas are nearby. City ordinance requires all dogs to be on leash and owners to pick up after their dogs. For off leash areas, check neighboring cities or Three Rivers Park District, which requires an annual $45 Dog Off-Leash Pass.

Visit BringFido.com for areas in Minneapolis.

Recreation Services Highlights

Activities

Gyms and Fitness Center Facilities include a weight room and 2 gymnasiums. Individuals and families can pay on a daily basis or purchase a membership.

Gyms and Fitness Center hours

Monday–Friday 5:30pm–10pm
Summer months, Monday–Friday 4pm10pm
Saturdays, October 25–April 8:30am5pm
Saturdays, May–September 8:30am1pm
Sundays, September 29–April 12:30pm5pm
Sundays, May–September Closed

Gym: Resident, $40 per hour; Non-resident, $50 per hour. Rates are reduced for long-term rentals.

Supervisor fee, applies to hours other than those listed, $20 per hour plus a deposit of $25 to hold a reservation.

The facilities can be rented. Download a rental request or call 763-531-1278.

Activities

Youth Programs

Archery

Amazing Athletes Ages 3-6 get moving and learning new sports and skills

Art Classes -Preschool Ages 18 months-6 years come enjoy some great art and classes. Make an ornament on Dec. 15 or create art relating to everyday heros!

Art Classes for Youth Join us for “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer”

Babysitting Classes with American Red Cross

Youth Basketball programs

Computer Explorer—Learn about designing and creating a video game.

Fencing

Little Tigers A unique combination of martial arts to develop coordination in ages 3-6

Winter White Out Dance for youth in grades 5-7.

Imagination Movers and Preschool Imagination Movers Movement and creativity in these age-appropriate modern dance-based programs.

NoSchool Day Fun —with the Minnesota Children’s Museum’s “Have a Ball program”

NoSchool Day Fun—with Robotics and Minecrafting

NoSchool Day Fun—creating with Clay during Winter Break

NoSchool Day—Winter Escape—Visit Sea Life and a movie at New Hope Cinema Grill.

Science Explorer Classes—Fun on The Farm, Science in the Kitchen, and Battling Rob-Botz are the fun programs coming up this winter.

Soo Bahk Do —Martial arts programs for all ages are listed in this flyer.

 

Revolutionary Sports—Sports programs such as flag football, soccer, volleyball and tennis.

Winter Youth sports —Hockey and Basketball registration deadlines coming up!

More programs will be announced in the next week or two!

Activities

Family Fun Programs

Holiday Band Concert Thursday, Dec. 4!

Family New Years Skate, Dec. 31; 7:00-9:00 pm FREE!

Family Fun Night A fun night with bounceys and bingo!

Pickleball Try this fast growing sport for all ages!

Harlem Globetrotters information coming soon.

Activities

Adult Programs

Leagues—Winter Session Over-40 Men’s Volleyball; 3x3 Basketball

Holiday Movie and Potluck

Bee Friendly Tips and Beekeeping

Chickens in Your Backyard

Dance for the Ageless

Modern Dance

Jazzercise—Fun exercise to dance the night away.

New! Baby Boomers and Beyond—Special Body and Balance Workouts!

Soo Bahk Do Flyer

Out and About Trips

Activities

Senior Programs

Senior Newsletter

Call 763-531-1278 to sign up for a $5 per year subscription if you are not a member of the Robbinsdale Friendly Robins Club.

The Friendly Robins Club

meets in the Police and Fire Building. Membership is $6 per year, April 1–March 31. Meetings are $1 at the door. If you’re 55 and older, attend two meetings as guests before joining. Meetins include playing 500 and Bunco. Members are invited to Friendly Robins special events. Call 763-53l-1274

Out and About Trips

Senior Newsletter for January–February

Back issues:
Senior Newsletter for November and December
Senior Newsletter for September and October
Senior Newsletter for July and August
Senior Newsletter for May and June
Senior Newsletter for March and April
Senior Newsletter for January-February

Movie Discussion Program

Thursdays, 10 a.m., Police and Fire Station, 4101 Hubbard Avenue North, Community Meeting Room on the lower level. $1.00. Call 763-531-1272

Book Club

Roving Minds

Donut Make You Wonder

Informative programs, coffee and, you guessed it, donuts. Meets the third Wednesday of the month from 10–11:30 am at the Crystal Community Center, 4800 Douglas Drive.

Senior Commission

The Robbinsdale Senior Commission’s next meeting will be Monday, January 5 at 6 pm at Robbinsdale City Hall. The commission currently has vacancies in Wards 1, 3 and 4. Ward Map | Minutes and Agendas

Activities

Walk or run routes

These routes were created by individuals using MapMyRun.com and Google Map Pedometer.

Join fellow runners at 6:25 Monday mornings, Sanborn Park picnic shelter, Drew and Shoreline Drive. This is a great way to start the week, get to know some other runners, and enjoy the Robbinsdale area.

Sanborn To Sanborn Around The Lake, 1.732 miles Sanborn To Sanborn, Lake Drive And Memorial, 4.056 miles

jondepong 6 mile route seaPee 4 mile route

Activities