Sanborn Warming House and Skating Rinks are scheduled to open (weather
permitting) on December 19 and close on February 16.
The Robbinsdale Parks
Department is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the City's fourteen parks
totaling 110 acres, park development, improvement projects and operations. Park
development and acquisition funding is provided through the City's general fund,
government grants and donations from civic and non-profit community groups. Robbinsdale
residents, community groups and businesses may "Adopt-a-Park." This program
gives residents a way to contribute to a cleaner environment by lending a hand to keep
Thanks go out to the following
groups for their efforts to keep our parks clean: Compass Lodge #265, Cub Scout Pack
#141, Cub Scout Pack #442 (Sacred Heart), Girl Scout Troop #12834, LDS Church,
Lennon Family, Liddicoat Family, North Hennepin Kiwanis Club, North Memorial Medical
Center, Robbinsdale Human Rights Commission, Robbinsdale Lions, Robbinsdale Little League
Association and Sacred Heart School.
A map of the Robbinsdale Parks can be
viewed by clicking here. A chart with
all the facilities and the addresses is available by clicking chart. The park map and facility chart
are in Adobe PDF format and require Adobe Reader which is available for download at www.adobe.com .
Some park facilities are
available for rent, for
general information about our fees and policies please click here. If
you are a group that would like to have use of any facility on a regular basis you will
need to contact us to receive additional information. The 2014 Association field use
information has current policies and rental fees for multiple use requests.
Please call 763-531-1278 during regular business hours to check availablity. Or you
can email us at email@example.com.
Community Gyms & Fitness Center - (RCGFC) 3730 Toledo Avenue N. (entrance (Door 18)
faces the Regent Ave. side of the building)
The Fitness Center
facility includes a large gymnasium and an extensive exercise room. Family and individual
membership are available for purchase, as well as daily fees. Rentals are available for
large and small group activities also. Gym &
Fitness Center page has more information.
The programs and
activities offered by the department provides diverse opportunities to the residents of
Robbinsdale and the surrounding communities. A wide variety of leisure activities are
designed to meet the needs, interest and abilities of all residents. The Recreation
Department offers a wide variety of athletic programs for youth and adults. Click on
to "Activities & Events" pages for more
information and to download the current recreation program brochure click on "City Newsletters". Each year, over 160
recreation programs are offered to over 7500 registrants. The senior program offers a
senior club, trips/tours, special events, classes and volunteer opportunities.
For updates on programs and field
closures due to weather conditions, please call our Program Information line at
The Robbinsdale City Band
is made up of a 15 member marching band and a 60 member concert band. Over 25 concerts and
10 parades are scheduled annually.
The Recreation Department
sponsors and/or gives support to the historical museum and the Robbin Gallery museum
housed in the Robbinsdale Historical Library at 4914 42nd Avenue No. http://www.robbingallery.org/
The Robbinsdale Historical Society meets
at the Public Safety Building, 1:00 pm on the 4th Tuesday in March, April, May, September,
October and November. Members have published several books which may be purchased at
either the Historical Society Museum or at Robbinsdale City Hall. For more information,
please call the Museum 763-202-3529 or visit their website http://robbinsdalehistoricalsociety.org