- Parks & Recreation
- Recreation Facilities
Braemar Arena is the premier ice skating and hockey facility in the Twin Cities with three sheets of indoor ice and one outdoor seasonally. It's home to the Edina Hornets, Braemar-City of Lakes Figure Skating, Da Beauty League and multiple other organizations.
Braemar Field measures 400 feet long, 250 feet wide and 75 feet high, and is covered from November through April. The turf field is surrounded by a turf track that is open to the public when baseball and lacrosse practices aren't taking place. When the dome isn't in place, the turf field is able to withstand the heavy rains that makes grass fields unplayable.
Braemar Golf Course
Braemar Golf Course features the new Richard Mandel-designed Championship 18, the Academy 9, expansive outdoor driving range, practice greens and chipping areas. In colder months, the Braemar Golf Dome keeps golfers active with TopTracer technology.
Braemar Golf Dome
The Braemar Golf Dome is the largest and longest-hitting indoor practice facility in the Twin Cities with 44 tee areas on two levels. It is the only place in Minnesota equipped with Toptracer Range technology.
Centennial Lakes Park
Centennial Lakes Park is an oasis of ponds, paths and gorgeous scenery minutes from Minneapolis. In summer it offers outdoor concerts, putting courses, paddle boat rentals and lawn games; in winter the ponds freeze over for outdoor skating. It's also available for weddings and is one of Instagram's top spots for proposals.
Edina Aquatic Center
The Edina Aquatic Center is the City of Edina's premier water park! It has popular attractions like a 50-meter lap pool, Lost Wave Surf Simulator, Shipwreck Express Zip Line and 207-foot body slide.
Edina Art Center
The Edina Art Center provides the community with a place to view exciting exhibitions, enjoy artistic and cultural events and a place to learn how to express their creativity through art-making.
Edina Senior Center
The Senior Center shares a 36,000 square-foot building with the Edina Community Library. Labeled a cooperative venture that serves as a model for other communities, the building anchors the Grandview Square redevelopment project that also includes an office building and residential units. The Center opened in 2002 and is home to one of the most vibrant and growing programs in the City’s Parks and Recreation Department.
Edinborough Park is home to Adventure Peak, consistently voted the top PlayPark in the Twin Cities, along with a separate indoor pool and fitness area.