Welcome to the Beautiful Parks of IGH! 

Parks & Rec maintains 27 parks with scenic views, miles of paved and unpaved trails, and amenities including playgrounds, fishing piers, sledding hills, outdoor rinks, basketball and volleyball courts, tennis and pickleball courts, warming houses and pavilions, parking, restrooms, BBQ pits, a disc golf course, an off-leash dog areas and much more. The city also owns a golf course with 27 holes sit on 275 acres of rolling, wooded terrain. Go explore and enjoy!

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  1. Comprehensive Parks Plan
  2. Parks & Trail Projects

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Comprehensive Parks, Recreation, Trails and Facilities Plan

The process to update the City’s Comprehensive Park, Recreation, Trail, and Facilities Plan is underway. We want to engage residents, businesses, park, recreation, and facility users to determine what you need and want your parks, trails, programs and facilities to be in the future.

The purpose of the Comprehensive Park, Recreation, Trail, and Facilities Plan is to develop a clear 10-15-year vision for the city related to parks, trails, recreation programs, and facilities.

Please tell us what you think about IGH parks and help shape our planning!

 For more information contact Eric Carlson, Parks and Recreation Director at 651-450-2587, or by email at ecarlson@ighmn.gov.

Parks Information

Safety: We care deeply about the safety of our IGH community members and visitors. We and our vendors follow several guidelines and regulations (ASTM, CSPC and ADA safety and accessibility standards) when building amenities in our parks, including our playgrounds. Learn more.

Accessibility: Our goal is to make it possible for everyone, including persons with disabilities, to take advantage of the park system and its offerings. 

We strive to make the parks available for everyone with accessible facilities and the availability of adaptive equipment. Please call 651-450-2585 to request special services.

Please report non-emergency issues and service requests (graffiti, vandalism, etc.) through YourGov by clicking here.