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Want some fresh air? Explore Saint Paul's parks, trails and public art while practicing social distancing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Art

Sidewalk Poetry

Saint Paul’s “Everyday Poems for City Sidewalks” is one of the city’s most beloved art installations. Throughout all corners of Saint Paul, poems written by Saint Paul residents can be found in sidewalk panels. Find sidewalk poetry locations here.

Mural Tour

From the largest hockey mural to the ChromaZone murals, Saint Paul has plenty of murals check out all across the city.

6 Public Art Spots to Check out

These out-of-the-way locations should be on your radar if you're into murals, sculptures and other public art.

Parks & Trails

As temperatures increase, more people will be out utilizing parks and trails. Please pay extra attention and continue to practice social distancing in these settings, remaining at least 6 feet away from others. 

By Bicycle

See Saint Paul by bike via its 188.8 miles of bikeways. See bicycle maps here.

Parks

Explore Saint Paul's park system, ranked No. 2 in the country by Trust for Public Land.

Golf

Governor Walz's Executive Order 20-38 has allowed golf courses to open while following social distancing and sanitation guidelines.

City of Saint Paul Golf Courses

The City of Saint Paul currently offers three public golf courses: Como, Highland National and Phalen. Learn more information about the golf courses here, or take a virtual course tour.

Ramsey County Golf Courses

Ramsey County currently offers five public golf courses: Goodrich, Island Lake, Keller, Manitou Ridge and The Ponds at Battle Creek. Get more information here.

More Outdoor Fun

Find a Picnic Spot
Enjoy a picnic around Saint Paul at these 20 recommended locations. The views are incredible, the experiences memorable.

Adopt a Drain

Are you a local that loves the river and would like to volunteer? Adopt a drain to help protect lakes, rivers and wetlands.

Learn About the River

Check out this third-grade curriculum focused on the Mississippi as a working river, recently made public by the Saint Paul Port Authority.

Most Instagrammable Places in Saint Paul

Add some Capital City love to your feed by snapping a photo at the most Instagram-worthy locations in Saint Paul.

Something else you think belongs on this page? Email Nick Cusick at ncusick@visitsaintpaul.com.

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