Parks & Recreation

  1. City of Edina to Close Facilities, Cancel In-Person Events and Classes After State Order

    The City of Edina will close its recreational facilities at the conclusion of their operating day on Friday, Nov. 20, and cancel or postpone in-person classes and events for at least four weeks. Read on...
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Virtual Activities and RECtivity Boxes

RECtivity Box brings fun into your homeRECtivity Boxes: Fun and activities delivered to your door. Versions just for kids or for everyone. Order the Thanksgiving box complete with treats and crafts to make a turkey.

Sign up for Virtual Activities to stay entertained at home.

Self-Guided Activities 

Hunt for the Yeti

Find Yeti's throughout Edina Parks Dec. 7- Jan. 7. Sign up to help Eddie the Yeti find his friends each week while enjoying time outdoors!

Registration is required to be eligible for the Yeti prizes. 

Yeti Story Strolls 

Embark on a self-guided Story Stroll in Edina Parks! Follow the signs to read pages from the book of the day. Keep an eye out for the 7-foot Yeti at the start of the stroll. 
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Dec. 5: Bird Signs, Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave. S.
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Dec. 12: In the Snow, Who Has Been Here, Bredesen Park, 5901 Olinger Blvd.
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Dec. 19: If You Were the Moon, Countryside Park, 6240 Tracy Ave. S.
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 2: Snowy Day, Pamela Park, 4303 W. 58th St.

Places Open for Staying Active 

Winter in Edina Parks

  • Centennial Lakes Park pathways open for exercise
  • Parks, trails and open spaces remain open. When using Edina parks, please avoid gathering with those outside of your household, follow social distancing and masking guidelines, and stay home if you are sick. Find a park.