The city of Lakeland, Minnesota covers a total area 2.93 square miles and is home to 3 parks. Lakeland’s parks include city and neighbourhood parks with numerous recreational activities for residents to enjoy.
Crocker Park is a neighbourhood park located on the north end of Lakeland near interstate 94. Crocker park features a baseball field and batting cages available to all residents of the city and youth baseball teams.
Cully Park is located on the south side of Lakeland off of St. Croix Trail and 3rd Street. Cully Park features a baseball field, soccer field, tennis courts, and playground equipment. The park is open to all residents and is used by several youth sports teams across the city.
Lucy Winton Bell Athletic Fields is one of the highest quality sports facilities in the Twin Cities. The park is home to several baseball and soccer fields hosting over 70,000 visits a year from mainly children and families from 16 different Washington County communities. Lucy Winton Bell Athletic Fields also host several tournaments each year bringing in children and families from other areas around the Twin Cities. The complex is also home to two and a half miles of walking trails for all residents and families to enjoy. The trail takes you through the Belwin Conservancy’s restored prairies and in the summer months to see the conservancy’s bison herd.
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