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Facility Type Facility Name Description City
Parks Stonebridge Oval Though referred to as an oval, Stonebridge Oval is Saint Paul's most circular park. The mini park, a traffic island blocks from the Mississippi River, also refers to a median on Stanford Court between Stonebridge Boulevard and Woodlawn Avenue. Saint Paul
Parks Summit Overlook Summit Overlook, named for its position overlooking Ramsey Street, is a triangular-shaped park adjacent to the similarly shaped Nathan Hale Park. While its neighboring park contains a statue of an American hero, Summit Overlook is home to a statue of... Saint Paul
Parks Summit Park Located just outside of the Cathedral of Saint Paul, Summit Park contains one of the city's most noticeable and notable monuments, Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The park also functions as a centerpiece for a network of green spaces in Cathedral Hill... Saint Paul
Parks Swede Hollow Park (Park Map) The location of a bustling immigrant community up until the late 1950s, Swede Hollow Park is enjoyed by many residents looking for a green escape in an urban setting. The park's valleys create a distinct feeling of wilderness in conjunc... Saint Paul
Parks Sydney Triangle Created during the renovation of Hampden Park, Sydney Triangle functions as a stormwater drain, utilizing runoff water to help new planted bushes and trees flourish. Saint Paul
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