Pro-Systems Court Reporting and Video Services 4305 Bryant Ave S, Minneapolis, MN55409 Pro-Systems provides court reporting and video services. Customers who are in need of video footage or transcripts of…More the courtroom can contact Pro-Systems to set up a court reporter or videographer. Pro-Systems has a web repository for all its transcripts and videos so customers can access their requested reports from any location.
Martin Luther King Park and Recreation Center 4055 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN55409 In 1968, the Martin Luther King Recreation Center was added to the park facilities. The land for Martin Luther King Park…More (originally Nicollet Park) was purchased in 1916. Now the center hosts a variety of programs for all ages utilizing the many amenities; a basketball court, craft room, gymnasium, meeting rooms, volleyball court, computer lab and kitchen. Call for information on current activities.
Fuller Park 4800 Grand Ave S, Minneapolis, MN55419 Fuller Park is a community area and two-acre park. It is open year round and offers a range of facilities, including a…More wading pool and recreation center. Other amenities include a basketball court, drinking fountain, playground as well as picnic area. It also has a garden and restroom facility. Check the main department website for details on the park or for information on upcoming events.
Tucked into a quiet corner of the Linden Hills neighborhood, this angular park is dwarfed by the nearby Linden Hills…More Park. But its quaint size gives it some a secretive charm.
The park hosts tennis courts.
Originally founded in 1885, it's one of the older dedicated parks in the area.
Minnehaha Creek West Park W 51st St & W Minnehaha Pkwy, Minneapolis, MN55419 This 39-acre winding park preserves the banks of Minnehaha Creek from Humboldt Avenue to Zenith Avenue in Southwest…More Minneapolis. It's home to elderly trees, quaint bridge crossings and an odd tennis court dating back to 1932. On nice days, runners and cyclists crowd the paths of Minnehaha Parkway above as strollers below take their time on the worn paths nearer the creek.
This almost 10-acre park hosts a variety of athletic facilities that serve the neighborhood, including baseball,…More tennis and softball fields, as well as a half-court for basketball . There's also a playground and wading pool for younger kids.
Located between Kenny Community School and Susan B. Anthony Middle School, the neighborhood center hosts a variety of activities, including playgroups for younger kids or martial arts for their older siblings.
The park (and surrounding neighborhood) is named in honor of Sister Elizabeth Kenny, according to David C. Smith's historical account of Minneapolis parks.