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Richfield Lake Park
6400 Dupont Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423
Richfield Lake Park is tucked within a neighborhood near the Minneapolis/Richfield border and across from the RichfieldMore Post Office. It was primarily used as a storm water holding area until the park area was developed in 1985. The park was originally acquired by the city in 1955 and features a playground area and a mile of walking paths around a small lake. There is also a half-size basketball court.
Veterans Memorial Park
6335 Portland Ave, Richfield, MN 55423
Veterans Memorial Park is the second largest park in Richfield and is home to the Richfield Ice Arena, Richfield PoolMore and mini-golf course. The Richfield American Legion is also set in the middle of the park. The development of the park, formerly known as Legion Lake, began in 1985, and walking paths were asphalted in 1990. In the summer, the picnic pavilion serves as a local farmers' market and the entire expanse of the park is used for all Fourth of July festivities. The All Veterans Memorial statue and walls of names were unveiled in 2008.
Woodlake Point Condominiums
6500 Woodlake Dr, Richfield, MN 55423
Located one block west of Lyndale Avenue on 66th Street, Woodlake Point Condominiums is a community dedicated to betterMore living for those 55+. Built in 1986, it backs up to Richfield Lake Park and offers residents easy access to nature paths there. Several floor plans, including multi-bedroom units, are available. The property also has an underground heated garage.
Veterans of Foreign Wars
6715 Lake Shore Dr S, Richfield, MN 55423
The Fred Babcock VFW Post 5555 has a strong Richfield history. Named for a police officer who died in service in theMore 1940s, this post provides services and camaraderie for community veterans. In addition to a restaurant that's open daily, the post has meetings and events for veterans and their families, including bingo, dances and charitable gambling.
Lake Harriet Dance Center
6438 Lyndale Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423
Open since the late 70s and in Ricfield since the mid 90s, the Lake Harriet Dance Center is a warm and welcoming studioMore for all ages. Classes in ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap and contemporary dance are offered to students of all ages. While the dancers are mostly girls, there are a few boys who take classes as well. Owner Connie Murray is a Richfield native and the comfortable waiting room and studio add to the dance center's community-oriented atmosphere.
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