Como Park

Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Since 1887, Como Park has been a favorite retreat for St. Paul residents and visitors alike. Within its 300-plus acres of parkland are hiking trails, historic bridges and monuments, a free zoo, a restored wooden carousel, an amazing glass-enclosed conservatory, a Japanese garden, multiple butterfly and wildflower gardens, picnic grounds, baseball fields, an amusement park, a pavilion that offers live music during the summer, and, of course, Como Lake. Since the park’s opening, the grounds have been worked by some of the finest gardeners in the world, starting in the early 1900s with Itchikawa, landscape gardener for the Mikado of Japan.

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"Since 1887, Como Park has been a favorite retreat for St. Paul residents and visitors alike. Within its 300-plus acres of parkland are hiking trails, historic bridges and monuments, a free zoo, a restored wooden carousel, an amazing glass-enclosed conservatory, a Japanese garden, multiple butterfly and wildflower gardens, picnic grounds, baseball fields, an amusement park, a pavilion that offers live music during the summer, and, of course, Como Lake. Since the park’s opening, the grounds have been worked by some of the finest gardeners in the world, starting in the early 1900s with Itchikawa, landscape gardener for the Mikado of Japan."

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Saint Paul
Distance: 2.75
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Year-round

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Jun 2018