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Como Park

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1432 Lexington Pkwy N
Saint Paul, MN 55103
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(651) 488-9679
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Como park is a wonderful resource for people in the twin cities. It is a beautiful park itself, and also has a nice little zoo and a gorgeous conservatory. I was just there ...

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it a beaiful park with a lot to do 11/20/2005

a great place to hang for a day , take pictures do a family outing . there is many things to do , the zoo , see the flowers , golf , trails to walk and feed the ducks . they have many areas to take a sit , or stroll a long the water .everything is a great price on a family income . more

Great Park! 8/18/2005

Como park is a wonderful resource for people in the twin cities. It is a beautiful park itself, and also has a nice little zoo and a gorgeous conservatory. I was just there this weekend and it has plenty to keep both kids and adults busy. It gets pretty crowded on the summer weekends, and parking is difficult, but it is well worth the effort! more

Great City Park 8/18/2005

Como Park is a great city park where you can spend a good part of a summer day. There are nice bike/walking paths around the small lake. If the short walk doesn’t do the trick, the zoo and conservatory are nearby and can keep you busy for a while with just a $2 donation. There are also picnic areas, ball fields, a golf course and anything you’d expect to fin in a park. Como is an excellent urban park. more

Several Attractions Rolled Into One 8/16/2005

Como Park is a Midwestern version of what large urban parks, such as Golden Gate Park, or Central Park, tend to offer. Large expanses of grass (to picnic, play, or sleep on), a zoo, ball parks, rides (usually just a carousel-but Como offers more), a small lake with paddle boat rentals, a glass conservatory and flower gardens. Quaint amusements that were the highlight of turn of the century living. Fortunately, these attractions are still a hit with families and individuals today. The conservatory is an especially welcome respite in the middle of a cold Minnesota winter--when you just want to see something, anything green. It also makes a beautiful backdrop for weddings, particularly near the large reflection pool. more
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