Lakeville’s Antlers Park Reopens for Summer

by | Jun 2024

The Antlers Park Pavilion in Lakeville.

The Antlers Park Pavilion in Lakeville. Photo: Liz Potasek

A beachfront park in Lakeville opens with major upgrades.

After a year-long closure for renovations, one of Lakeville’s most popular parks has reopened in time for beach season. A sculpture of a bronze deer with large antlers that light at the tips will greet visitors at the newly improved Antlers Park.

Improvements to the 20-acre park include a new pavilion, seasonal food concessions operated by Lakeville Brewing Company, playground, sand volleyball courts and expanded parking. The park, which is home to a beautiful swimming beach, will also contain the Lake Marion Regional Greenway Trailhead, linking up to regional walking and biking trails.

Lakeville’s Antlers Park has long been a recreational destination in the Twin Cities. In the 1920s, the park had a Ferris wheel and a train stop, making it a popular weekend getaway, and its latest incarnation promises to continue attracting visitors for years to come.

Antlers Park, 20141 Ipava Ave., Lakeville; 952.985.4600;


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