New Central Park Hike in Roseville

Wondering what to do next week to enjoy the outdoors? We’ve added a hike just for you, so join us!

June 21, 2018: 7-8:30 pm: Central Park Hike (Roseville) – Hike Leader: Tom Ellerbe

Come hike with us in Roseville’s largest park, beautiful Central Park.

Roseville was settled by farmers in the 1840s. Roseville, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, and part of St. Paul originally were part of Rose Township. How did it come to be called Rose Township? trail in lush green woodsThe township was named after Isaac Rose, who led the land survey the federal government ordered in 1850.

Directions: From Highway 36  take Lexington Avenue north approximately 1/4 mile to County Road B2. Turn east (right) on County Road B2 and proceed east ½ mile to Victoria Street. Turn north (left) on Victoria Street and proceed ¼ mile to the park. There will be ball fields to the east (right) and a large parking lot to the west (left). We will meet in the large parking lot to the west.


2 thoughts on “New Central Park Hike in Roseville

  1. For those who need to hike earlier in the evening, there’s a hike here 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Thursday. It covers 3.3 miles and attendees congregate by the yellow Mustang in the west parking lot.


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