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The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners approved a contract with City & County Credit Union for secondary naming rights of the fieldhouse at TCO Sports Garden in Vadnais Heights.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the Metro Bowhunters Resource Base, will conduct controlled archery deer hunts this fall and winter throughout the county parks and open space system.
Beginning October 2, crews at Keller Golf Course in Maplewood will begin cleaning out bunkers to replace the liners and add new sand.
Battle Creek Waterworks opens for the 2023 season on June 10.
Parks & Recreation staff will be conducting encroachment inspections this summer
The artwork was designed and created by five artists who represent different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Parks & Recreation has several facilities to rent for summer events of all sizes.
Plan a trip to the beach! Ramsey County beaches will open May 27 — just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Lifeguard certification course dates are available this spring in Ramsey County.
All four county golf courses are open.
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.
Early registration is recommended, as camps often fill quickly.
Join us at Battle Creek Regional Park for a brief program and ribbon cutting for the new winter recreation area.
Saint Paul, Maplewood and Ramsey County are partnering on deer management south of I-94 this winter, pursuant to the 2022/2023 Ramsey County Deer Management Program.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for all ages all year round! Head to the park and embrace the fun of winter – go sledding, skiing, snowshoeing and more.
Starting with the 2022-2023 ski season, Ramsey County and Saint Paul will use a mutual Ramsey County/Saint Paul ski pass.
Audubon International is recognizing Keller Golf Course for 14 years of certification as an Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary.
In-person and virtual listening sessions will be held.
This summer, Ramsey County Parks & Recreation and Workforce Solutions partnered with Tree Trust, a non-profit that helps teens and young adults build sustainable careers with training and hands-on experience in skilled trades and green career pathways.
Share your experiences and recommendations for facility and programming improvements at Aldrich and Highland arenas.