A young woman riding a bicycle near parks in Minneapolis. Urban park for healthy exercise and relaxation with the city skyline in the background

Explore the Best Parks in Minneapolis

With its renowned lakes and farmlands, there is no shortage of natural beauty in Minnesota. Residents of 4Marq Apartments are also fortunate to have lots of green space to enjoy throughout the year. Here are some of the best parks worth exploring near our apartments in Minneapolis:

Loring Park

Encompassing over 30 acres, Loring Park is located in the Central neighborhood of the city. Easily accessible to many of the area’s top attractions and restaurants, Loring Park is a popular spot with residents and visitors alike. A wide array of activities are available year-round with plenty of walking trails and an ice rink, as well as a pond for fishing. It is also home to many of the city’s festivals such as Rock the Garden, Winterfest, and the Loring Park Art Fair.

Minnehaha Regional Park

Covering almost 200 acres, Minnehaha Regional Park feels like a world away. Unique to an urban setting like Minneapolis, this park boasts an incredible waterfall that stands at 53 feet tall. Established as part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, Minnehaha Regional Park falls under the National Park Service. Visitors can also enjoy historic spots like the John H. Stevens House and the Minnehaha Princess Station.

Lake of the Isles Park

Minnesota is often referred to as the “land of 10,000 lakes” and Minneapolis’ Lake of the Isles Park happens to be one of them. Known for its picture-perfect setting, Lake of the Isles Park is situated between Cedar Lake and Bde Maka Ska. Here, guests can take in the beautiful setting on one of the many footpaths or on the water by kayak or canoe. 

With an unbeatable location and resort-style amenities, 4Marq Apartments makes for the ideal home in Downtown Minneapolis. Please contact us to learn more and to schedule a visit of our Minneapolis apartments. You can also check out our online gallery here.

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