Spring in Minnesota is always welcomed with arms wide open. Warm breezes, budding trees and blooming flowers help bring everyone outside for some vitamin D and to enjoy the beauty and fun of our state. We know the spots where you can capture the essence of spring with our list of the top 5 spring Instagram worthy sports in Roseville and the Twin Cities.
As if the photos don’t say it all, Reservoir Woods is a peaceful spot to get away for a quiet walk, run or to just sit back and reflect. 110-acres with windy paths, hilly terrain and plenty of giant trees, this park is the epiphany of springtime beauty.
Can we all agree that when the weather starts getting warm we instantly start craving ice cream? Or, let’s be honest, we’re always craving ice cream, but warm temperatures only enhance our desire. Plus, we’re more active in the spring, meaning we deserve these shakes from Snuffy’s Malt Shop and Smashburger. Cheers!
Frank Rog Amphitheatre | Roseville
Although the free concerts don’t begin until June, the Frank Rog Amphitheatre is still a wonderful spot to lay back with a book, set-up a picnic for lunch, play Frisbee, and maybe even do some yoga. Behind the amphitheatre you’ll find Lake Bennett with a flowing lake fountain.
Acorn Park | Roseville
Set in lush woods you’ll find Acorn Park with 1.4 miles of walking paths and a 18-hole disc golf course that is available all year long. Bring the kiddos out to enjoy the playground or picnic on the grills provided.
Muriel Sahlin Arboretum | Roseville
A popular spot for outdoor weddings this 8 acre park features beautiful theme gardens, walkways, a water fountain, and architectural features. Many of the plants are native to Minnesota, giving visitors to the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum an idea of how they can bring the look at to their own gardens.
There’s more beauty to see beyond Roseville, that’s why we added five of our top spring Instagram worthy spots in the Twin Cities, specifically Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden | Minneapolis
Padelford Riverboats | Saint Paul
Como Park | Saint Paul
Target Field | Minneapolis
Saint Paul Farmers Market | Saint Paul
See the Twin Cities this spring by attending a list of fun events happening throughout spring and into the summer months. You will find these events on our calender of events. We add new events every day so check back often! Now get out an enjoy this beautiful weather.