Realized as a potential recreational and natural green space in the early 1900s, Cherokee Regional Park has since developed into one of Saint Paul's most visited parks, bringing in over 300,000 visitors a year. The park contains playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, fire pits, grills, and more spread out across 100 acres of land.
Cherokee Regional Park's popularity is also boosted by the presence of two open-air shelters that see generous use throughout the season. The larger of the two shelters can accommodate 100 people while the smaller of the two can hold up to 60 guests. Electricity is also available at up to 110 volts at either location.
Saturday, Aug 8, 2020 at 9:00am Central Time
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