Parks & Trails

Fridley is committed to creating and preserving a community of beauty, access and encouraging healthy living. Become one with nature as the 3 miles of hiking trails within Springbrook Nature Center bring you closer to birds and deer, or enjoy a breathtaking bike ride along the Mississippi River Trail. The City of Fridley is home to 38 neighborhood parks, 5 Anoka County parks and 7 public school facilities.

Springbrook Trail
Flannery Park

Explore Fridley Parks & Trails

Fridley's 316 acres of city parks boast amenities such as baseball, football and soccer fields; softball diamonds; basketball and tennis courts; outdoor skating rinks; playgrounds; and picnic shelters. Explore this interactive map to find the right park for your activity!

Park System Improvement Plan: Finding Your Fun in Fridley

Fridley community members have been telling us our city parks need help. The City of Fridley listened. Starting in 2019, the City undertook a community-driven comprehensive park system improvement planning process known as “Finding Your Fun in Fridley.” Learn more about the Park System Improvement Plan on our project webpage!  

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Go Anoka County offers an interactive mapping website
Springbrook Nature Center
Metro Transit including the Northstar train in Fridley, bus information and light rail.
Transit for Livable Communities to support/promote a transportation system that encourages transit, walking and biking.
Springbrook Nature Center: Natural Resource Management Plan (PDF)
Download Fridley's Active Transportation Map for preferred bike routes, the location of sidewalks plus bus numbers, bus benches, and major commercial areas and landmarks of the city.

Regional Parks Adventure Guide

As winter approaches, time outdoors will still be essential to our emotional and physical health. The outdoors is also one of the safest places to spend time away from home during the pandemic. Our new Regional Parks Adventure Guide will lead you to new places and back to your favorite parks.