Parks & Trails
Osseo Parks are Tobacco-Free
Osseo recently joined many other cities, counties, and districts that are tobacco-free. The City Council approved its Outdoor Parks and Recreational Facilities Tobacco-Free Policy at the June 13, 2011, Council meeting. This means there should be NO tobacco use of any kind in either Sipe Park or Boerboom Park in Osseo. Signs will be posted soon stating the parks are Tobacco-Free. See more information in the Policy Maker's Guide to Tobacco-Free Policies for Community Park Systems.
Boerboom Veterans Park
Located at Central Avenue and 4th Street in downtown Osseo, Henry J. Boerboom Veterans Memorial Park offers a bandshell where concerts and performances are held during the summer months, along with movies and music in the park each Tuesday evening throughout the summer. The park is shaded, has picnic tables, and is beautifully landscaped. Large monuments commemorate the names of residents who have served in several wars. Boerboom Park is directly east across the street from City Hall, 415 Central Avenue, Osseo.
Located in the southeastern part of Osseo, Sipe Park is home to summer recreation activities. The park has tennis courts, a ball field, playground equipment, and lights. To reserve the ballfield for your use, please contact Public Services Director Rick Hass at 763.425.5741 or by email.
Three Rivers Park District
Elm Creek Park Reserve is part of the Three Rivers Park District and located nearby in Maple Grove. Visit their website page.
Established by the State Legislature in 1957, Three Rivers Park District is the only "special park district" in the state of Minnesota. See the extensive guide to parks and trails for your local recreational pleasure. Visit the Three Rivers Park District website for more information.