Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park

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Snail Lake boat launch

Update: Ongoing efforts to address high water

Snail and Grass Lakes, wetland areas within Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park, and surrounding properties have experienced flooding. Snail beach, trails and natural areas within the park have also been impacted by the flooding.

Over the past two years, Ramsey County Parks & Recreation has been working with the city of Shoreview and the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District in an effort to find the cause of the flooding and determine possible mitigation efforts.

Roads and trails around Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park have seen construction activity ramp up as projects are underway to optimize drainage of high water in the area.

Information on drainage improvement projects can be found on the watershed district website.

View a map of impacted trails. (PDF)

Location and hours

Park is open 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset.

4191 Snail Lake Boulevard
Shoreview, MN 55126

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Park amenities

  • Sand volleyball court.
  • Large playground.
  • Parking for 62 vehicles near pavilion, 99 vehicles near beach, with 8 boat trailer parking slots.
  • More than five miles of trails.
  • Shoreline fishing.

Picnic facilities

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Pavilion

Rental fee:

  • $350 plus tax.

Amenities

  • Capacity: 200.
  • 28 six-foot picnic tables.
  • Six square tables with seating for four.
  • Four 28” x 36” grills.
  • Kitchen including two-burner electric stove, one sink, a large home-style refrigerator/freezer, four electrical outlets and serving window.
  • Drinking fountain.
  • Pig roasting area (requires an additional fee).

Shelter

Rental fee:

$108 plus tax

Amenities

  • Capacity: 50.
  • Eight picnic tables.
  • One 36” x 28” grill.
  • Serving shelf with four electrical outlets.
  • Drinking fountain.
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