Joy Park

               
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Area and County

Ramsey County

 

 

 


Size

Joy Park (park): 21 acres

Joy Park (preserve): 39 acres

 
 
Maps

Joy Park Map

Joy Preserve Map

 
Parking

N45 1.862, W92 59.339

 
Hiking Trails

The preserve portion (on the north side of Joy Road) has no hiking trails but some well-worn footpaths.

 
Hunting

No hunting


Ecological Classification

Province

Eastern Broadleaf Forest Province

Ecological Classification

Section

Minnesota & NE Iowa Morainal

Subsection(s)

St. Paul-Baldwin Plains

Land Type Association(s)

Maplewood Moraine

 
Native Plant Communities1

Not mapped (3/30/2017)


Ownership City of Maplewood logo
 
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Joy Park, City of Maplewood

Joy Park (preserve), City of Maplewood


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Wayne Rasmussen


Joy Park, Maplewood, MN, Feb 2017

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Joy Park summer wildflowers and insects are available for viewing

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“Under a magnificent canopy of oaks, along the shores of Silver Lake, Joy Park blooms. Wildflowers carpet the woodlands, waterfowl are plentiful, and the fishing is good enough to keep the anglers coming back.”

— City of Maplewood Parks and Recreation

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Park & preserve in NE Maplewood on Silver Lake

 
     

 

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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2010

Technically located in Maplewood along the north shore of Silver Lake-but treated as part of North St. Paul Minnesota by the locals.

Shot in 1990 and again in 2008, some of the video has my friends and I running around in it. This is mainly due to the fact that there wouldn't be much footage from 1990 if I ommitted it.

What may make it interesting for locals is the changes to the park that has taken place since 1990; some of which can be seen when comparing the 2008 footage to the older footage.

 
     

 

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