Connected to Cedar Lake and Bde Maka Ska by canals, LOI is excellent for canoeing and is home to winter ice skating and hockey. A walking path and one-way cycling path are located along the 2.9 mile shoreline.
home to six tennis courts, the largest bank of tennis courts in the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) system. The courts were reconstructed in 2007. Courts are free and open to the public, on a first-come, first-served basis; there are no reservations. Players are asked to limit their playing time to one hour, as a courtesy to others who may be waiting for a court. Summer lessons are offered by the MPRB and The InnerCity Tennis Program.
A beautiful spot to picnic, play tennis and rec and pick-up sports, stroll through, sled down or enjoy the "Choo Choo" park, Kenwood Park is big enough to accommodate many families and friends who wish to gather. The Kenwood Community Center is the hub offering rec sports, before-after school programming and rental space.
Also known as America’s first bicycle freeway, the Cedar Lake Trail is a 3.5 mile path connecting St Louis Park with Downtown and the Mississippi River.
Socialize your dog at this year-round dog park situated on the south side of Lake of the Isles. Dog Park license is required.
The Kenilworth Trail is closed until at least 2025 due to construction of SWLRT. When complete it will be a paved bicycle trail again. It will run nearly 1.5 miles (2.4 km) and acts as a connector between the Cedar Lake Trail in the north and the Midtown Greenway in the south.