Wildflower Levee Park

Wildflower Levee Park – Mississippi River Regional Trail, south of the Grand Avenue/Hardman Avenue Spiral Bridge

Located on the Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) just south of the Spiral Bridge at Grand and Hardman Avenues and north of the Wakota Bridge, Wildflower Levee Park is uniquely accessed by trail only. Developed in 2003, Wildflower Levee Park’s name was derived from a community-wide park naming contest. The park is honored to be the permanent home to the 2008 Minnesota DNR’s Adopt-a-River sculpture featured at the Minnesota State Fair, “The Industrious Cooperative Ant” by sculptor Rabi Sanfo. Wildflower Levee Park is a great spot to stop along the regional trail located directly on the banks of the Mississippi River.

Read about the Mississippi Regional Trail in Dakota County

Adopt A River from the DNR

Wildflower Levee Park
Wildflower Levee Park Sign