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Centennial Lakes Park, Edina

(4.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Park has many family friendly things to do. The only thing I don't like is the constant piped in music. I wish the parks dept. would save the electricity and turn off the music and let us hear the sou...  more »
  • We met our friends here for our last day of Christmas vacation! Parking is easy,..right next to Chuck-E-Cheese. (easy stairs going down to skating or in the ramp below with covered parking) Walk into ...  more »
  • We finally decided to take the whole family skating on the pond at Centennial Lakes. The warming building where you put skates on is warm and cozy with nice rubber matting covering the entire floor. 2...  more »
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  • Every season. Every day. Its great. The walking path hooks up the the Edina Promenade. Shopping, restaurants, offices, medical providers and home choices abound. Its a big green park in tbe middle if a developed area. The trees, flowers and landscape are incredible. In the winter the outdoor skating both day and night is a wonderful activity. This is a true gem.
  • Calm and peaceful and full of pokemon lol! I like to come here during the day with my dogs, there's usually not too many people around. The walk paths are pretty wide which is perfect for my large dogs. however going around the edge of the lake the walk paths get narrower which sucks with people walking the other way. However I think this is a great spot to come and have your lunch or to sit down and find a quiet spot to relax. Around the edge of the lake with the large offices, there are lawn chairs that you can lay down and enjoy the scenery. If you're here for some Pokemon action this is a great place to catch water Pokemon. There are about 20 hotspots and there's one part in the middle of the area that you can sit and collect 4 spots every 5 minutes. When there's a lot of people here usually those 4 are lit up with lures. But there hasn't been much Pokemon players lately.
  • One of the nicest parks in the southern metro. Walk along and over the water and play mini golf and lawn bowling on real grass. Great people watching. Has a market every Thursday during the warm months, and you can bring your skates in the winter. Something for everyone here!
  • Fishing pond is a BLAST to take little kids to. Impossible not to catch a fish every single cast! Mini golf is fun and nice to be right next to Chucky Cheese for a quick stop with the boy
  • Such a beautiful and well cared for city park! Perfect for walks, paddle boating, golfing, and even ice skating in the winter.