Projects of the

Saint Paul Parks Conservancy

For more than a century, the City of Saint Paul, along with private donors and community partners, has developed one of the country’s most celebrated park systems. Below are the projects the Saint Paul Parks Conservancy has assisted with funding.

Lilydale Regional Park

Oxford Field

Rice Park Revitalization

Sepak Takraw Courts

Lewis Sports Foundation Partnership

Follow Us on Facebook

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Thank you volunteers for helping clean up Lilydale Park! 30 bags, 2600 items that won't be making their way down the river logged into the Marine Debris Tracker ! What a beautiful start to the weekend! Fewer PPE than our spring clean up, but McDonald's is still the most popular fast few wrapper to leave behind, along with plastic bottles and beer cans. Unique items found: hand knit mitten, car stereo. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you volunteers for helping clean up Lilydale Park! 30 bags, 2600 items that wont be making their way down the river logged into the Marine Debris Tracker ! What a beautiful start to the weekend! Fewer PPE than our spring clean up, but McDonalds is still the most popular fast few wrapper to leave behind, along with plastic bottles and beer cans. Unique items found: hand knit mitten, car stereo.

Wow! Look at this glorious pollinator garden from #BloomingSaintPaulShowcase ! Thank you for the inspiration Saint Paul Natural Resources ! ... See MoreSee Less

Wow! Look at this glorious pollinator garden from #BloomingSaintPaulShowcase  ! Thank you for the inspiration Saint Paul Natural Resources !

Do your kids have time on their (your) hands during the MEA break? Check out these free programs from our amazing Saint Paul Parks and Recreation team! ... See MoreSee Less

Do your kids have time on their (your) hands during the MEA break? Check out these free programs from our amazing Saint Paul Parks and Recreation team!

Thank you Mississippi Park Connection for the details on the amazing piece in the public art collection displayed in our parks!#HispanicHeritageMonth is a holiday to reflect on the contributions and culture of Hispanic and Latino/a people in the United States. Locally, you can view a sculpture that is meant to represent the ties between the waters of Mexico City and the waters of the Mississippi River at Indian Mounds Regional Park! “Usumacinta Meets the Mississippi” is a limestone sculpture by Javier Del Cueto, a well-known artist who teaches #sculpture in Mexico City and has studied in Spain. Javier used the Mississippi River as inspiration for this piece, and said he hopes it will carry on and add to the appreciation of stone-carving in his homeland.

The limestone is sourced from the Vetter Quarry in Kasota, Minnesota. It is located near the intersection of Mounds Park Boulevard and McLean, overlooking the #MississippiRiver.

Photo by Kimmy Tanaka
... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Mississippi Park Connection for the details on the amazing piece in the public art collection displayed in our parks!

Lights in our downtown parks are so special and important! #partneringforparksThank you to Lowertown residents and businesses for having been so supportive with donations to the Holiday Lighting fund over these past several years. This year we need your help even more. Unfortunately, the new squirrel-resistant park lighting is more costly to purchase and install. We so appreciate any additional support that you can provide.

Friends of Mears Park is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization! Online donations can be made at www.friendsofmearspark.org/donate.
For tax purposes, Friends of Mears Park’s fiscal sponsor is Historic Saint Paul, a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation EIN 41-1903550.

Thank you to those who can help!
... See MoreSee Less

Lights in our downtown parks are so special and important! #partneringforparks
Load more

The Saint Paul Parks Conservancy
is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Federal EIN 26-2788415

CONTACT

651-300-7876
office@stpaulparks.org

1611 County Rd B West Ste 315
Saint Paul, MN 55113