Parks & Facilities

Please Be Advised 
The City of Nowthen has closed down Twin Lakes Park and Memorial Park for the winter season  Restrooms are closed and there will be no Park Rentals available.  We will re-open parks when weather permits in the spring. 

Historic Town Hall

 

The Historic Town Hall is available to be rented for private events upon request and availability.

Capacity limits are:

Banquet Seating - Limit of 73

Theatre Seating - Limit 157

Standing Room - Limit 220

A limited number of metal folding chairs are also available for rent from the City of Nowthen upon request and availability. ​Please contact the City Office for rental fees and reservation availability: (763) 441-1347, Ext 300. 

​Nowthen City Offices accept Cash, Check, or Credit Card payments.

City Park Locations

The Park has the following shelters:
1) Beach Shelter: Electricity Available, 2 Grills, Capacity of 50
2) Woodland Shelter: No electricity, 1 grill, capacity of 35
3) Prairie Shelter: No electricity,1 grill, capacity of 35
4) Greenberg Shelter: No electricity, 1 grill
    capacity of 35
5) Eagle Shelter: No electricity, 1 grill, capacity of 35

Please complete the Facility & Field Use Application and send to Permits@NowthenMN.net or bring to the City Office at 8188 199th Ave NW, Nowthen, MN, 55330. Please note that all applications will not be approved until payment is received at the City Office. Please review the Rental Information and Rules for Use before your event.

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Nowthen Memorial Park offers a variety of activities:

14U Baseball Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Basketball Court, Volleyball Court, Shelter/Pavilion, Playground, and walking Trails.

To reserve Nowthen Memorial Park, Pavilion or Ball Fields, please contact the City Office (763) 441-1347 for availability.

Please complete the Facility & Field Use Application  and send to Permits@NowthenMN.net or bring to the City Office at 8188 199th Ave NW, Nowthen, MN, 55330. Please note that all applications will not be approved until payment is received at the City Office. Please review the Rental Information and Rules for Use before your event.

GoAnokaCounty.org is an online resource filled with information that identifies opportunities to engage in physical activity; such as biking or walking for transportation, exercising for pleasure, playing in the park, and finding public recreation opportunities and facilities. 

The goal is to:

  • Increase awareness of public parks and recreation facilities. 

  • Promote access and make it convenient for people to find places to be physically active.

  • Encourage walking and biking.

The Anoka County Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) is part of Minnesota's SHIP, an integral part of Minnesota's nation-leading 2008 health reform law, which strives to help Anoka County residents lead longer, healthier lives by preventing the chronic disease risk factors of physical inactivity, poor nutrition, and tobacco use and exposure. GoAnokaCounty was made possible through SHIP funding from the Minnesota Department of Health.