Operated by the City of Brooklyn Center
At Centennial Park, you can find a variety of opportunities for outdoor exploration. Stroll the paved Shingle Creek Regional Trail that connects to Palmer Lake Nature Area, Brooklyn Center’s largest natural environmental preserve. Centennial Park also offers picnic areas and shelters, a playground, outdoor fitness equipment and fitness stations along the trail, softball fields and tennis courts.
Centennial Park is operated by the City of Brooklyn Center. The Shingle Creek Regional Trail operated by Three Rivers Park District travels through the park. Learn more about Centennial Park on Brooklyn Center's park webpage.
Three Rivers' Contributions
Three Rivers partnered with Brooklyn Center to develop a trailhead for the Shingle Creek Regional Trail in 2017. The trailhead includes parking for trail users, a bike repair station and wayfinding signs. The following year, Three Rivers installed five outdoor fitness stations along the trail within Centennial Park. In addition, there are virtual fitness stations with QR codes that allow visitors to scan the code and access exercise routines on their mobile devices. Exercise videos are updated each month.
Things To Do
Create new memories at our play areas. Three Rivers has multiple areas designed for varying ages and abilities where toddlers to teens can let their imagination run wild. Monkey business never sounded so fun.
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