Parks & Trails
The Sartell area is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty.
The Mississippi and Watab Rivers flow through the middle of the city and serve as primary sources of natural beauty. Sartell’s Parks are also primary sources of beauty and provide many active and passive recreational opportunities for youth, seniors and families.
The City is continually challenged to keep pace with growing demands for park and recreational facilities. There is currently 11 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents, which meets the City goal of 10 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents.
Our Parks & Trails
Sartell has 28 active parks and a handful of natural greenways with approximately 48 miles of trails. The city’s trail system connects with community facilities as they are developed.
Explore Our Parks
1017 19th Ave N
This Community Park is located on Riverside Avenue South, just one block south of the Sartell Bridge. This park offers a great fishing pier for residents interested in fishing the Mississippi River. Picnic benches are also available for a meal while trying to bring in the catch of the day.
850 19th ST S
Located next to the Sartell Community Center this area features the Angel of Hope statue and walking trail around Lake Francis. Access to the trail can be provided by parking at or near the Community Center location (850 19th ST S).
Learn more about the Angel of Hope statue and how you can purchase a brick paver.
1030 1st St N
This neighborhood park is situated off of Pinecone Road along the Watab River. Open space, trails, trees and benches are abundant in this space along with playground. The gazebo can be rented by the hour on a first come, first serve basis.
710 12th St N
This City Park is located along 12th Street North. You can find a large play structure, swings, open pavilion, 10 grills, swinging benches, basketball court, volleyball court, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Tennis Courts, disc golf course, and horseshoe pits. Visit in the winter to enjoy the sliding hill, or hike the nearby trails year-round.
1105 Central Park Blvd
Located West of Pinecone Road, Pinecone Central Park features baseball fields, soccer fields, restrooms, and nearby trails. Attached is the Sartell dog park, separated by large and small breed sections.
1109 1st St S
Located West of Pinecone Rd and South of Sartell City Hall, Pinecone Regional Park is connected to Bernick’s Arena and offers opportunities for ice skating/roller skating, basketball, and trail hiking.
A closed pavilion is available for rental onsite.
1101 20th Ave S
Located on Riverside Avenue, this park includes a monument, gazebo, water feature, open space and swinging benches facing the Mississippi River. Find history placards and learn about the former Paper Mill.
425 1st St NE
Val Smith Park is a city park situated along County Road 29. This park has two play structures, swings, open and enclosed pavilions, picnic tables, horseshoes, sliding hill, a baseball field, a hockey rink, a basketball court, a volleyball court, Pickleball courts, a softball field, grills, restrooms and swinging benches.
A new shelter was constructed in 2017 for the enjoyment of the community. To rent this structure, please contact Sartell City Hall.
7 Riverside Ave N
Located on Riverside Avenue South, you will find a wading pool, restrooms, play structures, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a softball field, grills, a volleyball court, and trails.
A new park shelter opened in the spring of 2019. Please contact Sartell City Hall for rental information.
1513 Grizzly Lane
This neighborhood park is situated North of Grizzly Lane. This park contains a play structure, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a basketball court, a volleyball court and trails.