St. Paul Park MN Real Estate

The City of St. Paul Park is a small community of about 5,000 residents that has recently been developing new land, about 600 annexed acres, for new development with the hopes of doubling its size in the coming years. The city hopes to maintain its small town feel while growing its commercial area and creating open spaces and parks. St. Paul Park is located along the scenic shores of the Mississippi River, which gives this area so many breathtaking sightlintes. St. Paul Park is right off the freeway leading to Minneapolis and St. Paul, and about fifteen minutes from the Mall of America and MSP International Airport.

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Like most Minnesota cities, St. Paul Park offers much in the way of outdoor recreation to its residents. With eight parks within the city limits and recreational facilities, the city offers events and activities year round to all residents. Many of the parks include basketball courts, tennis courts, pools and playground equipment as well as picnic areas complete with barbecue grill.

Located on the Mississippi Rvier, St. Paul Park also offers outdoor activities in more natural surroundings. Those activities include swimming, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking on river trails and more. In addition to the recreational activities that arise from the beautiful outdoors, St. Paul Park offers easy access to St. Paul and Minneapolis with their world class restaurants, theater and museums.

The City of St. Paul Park is largely residential, with new developments in the planning stages. St. Paul Park is a vibrant, growing town with a strong sense of community, and its leaders are committed to keeping it that way. The upcoming construction is being carefully planned to increase the number of homes available and improve the city’s infrastructure while maintaining St. Paul Parks’ current neighborhood feeling.