Red Jacket Valley Park, located south Mankato on Highway 66, is one of the area's newest parks offering woodland trails and water access.
One of the gems of the Mankato Park system, Riverfront Park has beautiful views of the river as well as an amphitheater and playground.
Built in 1947, South Avenue Park is one of the smallest and oldest parks in North Mankato. This quaint space in lower North offers a playground and is right around the corner from the Taylor Library.
Located just north of Eagle Lake on the Sakatah Trail, this scenic spot offers a great stopover on your trail-trek.
Located in Sibley Park, in Mankato, Sibley Farm offers a small zoo and a playground.
One of the oldest and largest parks in Mankato, Sibley Park abounds with recreational and entertainment opportunities.
With over 600 acres of woods, creeks, hills, trails and playgrounds, Seven Mile Creek Park, located between Mankato and St. Peter is one of the region's hidden gems!
An 18-hole disc golf course surrounded by woods and nestled in Riverside Park in St. Peter.
The largest park in North Mankato, Spring Lake offers 52 acres of natural and maintained areas and a host of amenities.
The The Reserve Park in upper North Mankato is complete with over 5 acres of green space, a sheltered picnic area and a playground.