Explore this large natural area full of woods, wetlands and grasslands.
Explore Saint Paul with Google Treks
Saint Paul Google Treks
Cruise the Mississippi, run the bases at CHS Field, see the animals at Como Zoo and more through images captured with the Google Trekker.
Visit Saint Paul partnered with Google Maps to document some of the most iconic and interesting areas of Minnesota's capital city that cannot be reached by Google Street View. Using similar technology, the Google Trekker is a special 50-pound, panoramic camera that the Visit Saint Paul team lugged around to a list of places to bring you these treks.
Take a walk through the beautiful nature preserve.
Step inside one of Saint Paul's most iconic buildings and an architectural wonder.
Run the bases and check out the home of the St. Paul Saints.
Walk this 18 hole-course nestled behind Como Park Zoo & Conservatory.
Get up close for a look at one of the last remaining free zoos in the country.
Walk the Highland course and don't forget to check out the Snoopy-shaped bunker on Hole 15.
Explore this national treasure and historic fort.
Home to six Native American burial mounds, this park overlooks the Mississippi River and downtown Saint Paul.
Take a cruise down America's most iconic river.
Discover one of Saint Paul's largest lakes and explore the park and trails.
Walk the Samuel H. Morgan Regional Trail as it runs through this park along the Mississippi River.
See great views of the Capitol while viewing monuments and memorials on the building's grounds.
Walk 18 holes along the west side of beautiful Lake Phalen in Phalen Park.
Walk along the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers.
Check out stunning views of downtown from this Mississippi River island and public gathering space.
See the heart of downtown Saint Paul in this park older than New York's Central Park.
Wander the gardens outside of Minnesota's landmark hotel.
Explore this small nature park with views of the Mississippi River.
Stroll the edge of the Mississippi River along walking and biking paths.
Talk a walk through this sculpture garden just west of the Minnesota State Capitol.