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Take a break from the summer heat and cool off with some on-ice fun at a Ramsey County arena. Open skate events are now available at Highland Arena and TCO Sports Garden.
The Ramsey County park ordinance promotes the safety, health, enjoyment and welfare of everyone in their use of the park, and to protect park property and resources. Last amended in 2007, the county is rewriting the park ordinance to make it more equitable, fair and modern.
The swimming beach at Lake McCarrons County Park in Roseville has reopened.
Aquatic invasive species (AIS) such as zebra mussels threaten the health of Minnesota's beloved lakes.
Battle Creek Waterworks opens for the 2021 season starting June 12!
The swimming beach at Lake McCarrons County Park in Roseville is closed and unguarded as of June 2, 2021.
Plan a trip to the beach! Ramsey County beaches will open May 28 — just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Junior Assistant Naturalists are volunteer positions that help with summer day camp programs at Tamarack Nature Center.
Ramsey County will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this spring. Burns are planned to begin in late April and run through June.
Jon Reigstad, Keller Golf Course's Director of Instruction, was recognized on Golf Digest's 2021–22 Best Young Teachers in America list. The list honors the nation’s best ‘up and coming’ golf instructors under the age of 40.
A phased reopening will take place at the five county golf courses.
On March 2, 2021, the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners voted to set September 12, 2021 as the final day of operations at The Ponds at Battle Creek.
Camps are available to children ages 3 to entering 8th grade. Most camps run Monday–Thursday and are offered weekly from June 28–August 19.
We invite you to try out a variety of outdoor winter activities such as kicksledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and more through this free event.
Four lifeguard certification course dates are available this spring in Ramsey County.
Parks & Recreation is looking for the community's help to realize its 21st Century Parks Vision, starting with a virtual town hall on January 26.
This winter, Ramsey County’s parks have been busier than ever. New winter maps for the regional parks are now available, which will make it easier to identify which trails are open for different activities this season.
Beginning this month, crews will start to remove 400 ash trees located at designated Ramsey County Parks & Recreation sites, including parks, golf courses and arena parking lots. The project will prevent further spread of emerald ash borers (EAB), an invasive species that damages and kills ash trees.
All 11 Ramsey County arenas will remain closed to the general public through at least January 3. Arenas are projected to reopen on Monday, January 4 for youth and adult practices.
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services is repairing and updating a significant part of the regional sewer system in Saint Paul.