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Centennial Lakes Park, Edina

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Centennial Lakes Park is located in Edina. Use our Edina trip itinerary maker to visit Centennial Lakes Park on your trip to Edina, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Went here with some friends. Fun place to walk around, enjoy sightseeing, Pokemon go, and much more! Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.  more »
  • I love this little park. The people strolling the paths come from many countries and cultures. The paddleboats, model sailboats and piped music make me feel like I am in a festival. As others have men...  more »
  • When the weather is nice we love to walk around the lake, see movies in the park on Thursday nights, have picnics, rent paddle boats, play mini golf, goto the farmers market, and play croquet. In the ...  more »
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  • This is my new favorite park/lake in the Twin Cities area. It is absolutely gorgeous, and there is mini golf, paddle boats and more! This hidden gem is definitely worth a visit. Plus, there are many restaurants and other businesses very close by. It's beautiful nature right in the middle of a more urban/suburban area!
  • Very relaxing place to enjoy the day. We had fun playing miniature golf. The farmers market was going on too.
  • Great little park. You can stroll the lake, and fish, during the summer, and ice skate on it in the winter. Affordable ice skate rentals in the winter. And, it's near Southdale mall and lots of shopping and restaurants.
  • Nice place to walk over lunch. Not too crowded, clean, and very well maintained. Feels excluded even though it is right in town. Plenty of good food and shipping in the area as well.
  • Beautiful place to walk; there is at least 2 miles to walk. There is miniature golf, petal boats, music, stores close by, lots of birds, and a lovely man-made lake.