Lake Hiawatha Park

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Lake Hiawatha Park

Minnesota

(612) 370-4930

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Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Caving
Picnicking
Water Sports

Overview

Lake Hiawatha Park features mature trees, wide-open spaces and a beautiful lake. The park covers an immense 241 acres with the lake accounting for 52 of those acres. The park has been altered and improved over the years from a swamp to the stunning recreation area it is today. In 2009 the sculpture "Listening Vessel" by Minneapolis artist Craig Davis was dedicated. Located on the north side of the recreation center, it's a granite sculpture depicting a parabola, an interactive listening device in the shape of a concave semi-sphere. The sounds from the lake, such as wind, waves, waterfowl and other sounds of the city will be amplified to the listener's ear. The work encourages viewers to explore the natural environment of Lake Hiawatha, as well as their

Map of Lake Hiawatha Park

Latitude, Longitude: 44.923180, -93.233185

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Phone Numbers

Primary

(612) 370-4930

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