Outdoor Recreation
There are 18 attractions
* Guidant John Rose MN OVAL

The Guidant John Rose MN OVAL is the largest outdoor refrigerated skating facility in North America with 110,000 square feet of refrigerated ice from November to March. The OVAL has a 400-meter speed skating track surrounding an infield ice area used for hockey or bandy. The OVAL is also used for inline skating and hosts an aggressive skate park from May to September and has hosted events such as World Cup Speedskating, World and National Bandy Championships, and Aggressive Skating and Biking competitions. See how the OVAL gets ready for the outdoor ice skating season.

* Harriet Alexander Nature Center

The Harriet Alexander Nature Center is an oasis nestled within the borders of Roseville’s Central Park. On the grounds there is a boardwalk and trails that circulate through 52 acres of marsh, prairie and forest habitats. Come explore the marsh on the new boardwalk sections which are linked to the older sections, making for a nice long double loop.

* Roseville Cedarholm Golf Course

Roseville Cedarholm Golf Course is a par-three, nine-hole course conveniently located in Roseville. The course is lined with beautiful gardens and mature trees and can consistently be played in less than two hours by golfers of all ages and abilities.

* Roseville Parks and Recreation

Roseville Parks and Recreation understands that quality of life is vital to the residents of Roseville. The many facilities and numerous recreation programs and special events contribute directly to the health and well-being of the entire community. Roseville offers locals and visitors 30 parks, 679 acres of parkland and open space, and 67 miles of trails and walkways.

* Roseville Skating Center

The Roseville Skating Center is a unique community facility, an indoor ice arena, North America’s largest sheet of refrigerated ice (OVAL), outdoor skate park, and multi-purpose banquet/meeting facility. The skating center offers; skating lessons, public skating, open hockey, speed skating lessons, and many other skating opportunities.

Afton Alps

For over 50 years, Afton Alps has delighted the Twin Cities’ families as one of the Midwest’s premier winter destinations. With nearly 300 skiable acres, 48 trails, 18 lifts and four terrain parks, there is enough terrain to challenge experts to beginners, day or night. Accessible, affordable and fun, this big-time resort with a small-town feel has converted thousands of first-timers into lifelong skiers and riders, and now with the opportunity to take that passion to Vail Resorts’ iconic western mountains, Afton Alps is truly the place where epic begins.

Buck Hill

Serious winter fun is what it’s all about at Buck Hill! Buck Hill offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing within 15 minutes of either downtown Minneapolis or Saint Paul. Day or night, weekend or weekday, Buck Hill is buzzing with excitement. Buck Hill features the longest magic carpet in the USA featuring a covered bridge over another trail, making learning to ski and snowboard easier and more exciting than ever.

Como Park Golf Course

The Como 18 Hole Golf Course is nestled behind the historic Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. Como Park Golf Course is a shorter, sporty course that is a fair test for the average golfer. There are not many straight putts on these rolling, well-bunkered greens. Water hazards and elevation changes add to the subtle challenge and beauty of this layout. The clubhouse provides a full service bar and quality food service.

Hyland Hills Ski Area

Winter sports enthusiasts love Hyland Hills Ski Area. Located within Hyland Lake Park Reserve, Hyland Hills is the place for downhill skiing and snowboarding in the metro area. Their terrain park is full of progressive and innovative features and they are known for some of the best snow making and grooming in the Midwest.

Les Bolstad Golf Course

Open to the public and located in Saint Paul, the Tom Vardon-designed University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course is a classic style throwback … weaving its tree-lined path through the history of Minnesota golf. Legends like Tom Lehman, Patty Berg, Louis Lick, Karen Weiss and Les Bolstad have navigated their way around its tight fairways, ancient trees and elevated greens.