This urban park is located at 7991 Main Street, between the Maple Grove Government Center and the Maple Grove Library. This park emphasizes creative art performances, and concessions are available during most events.
- Meeting room
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Town Green is also a great location to relax and smell the flowers, read a book, or take a walk around the lake.
- There is no access to the lake, and no shoreline fishing permitted.
- Dogs and other domestic animals must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
- Bikers are asked to be very sensitive to the multiple uses of the area. Please reduce speed or walk your bike when a crowd is gathered.
- Skate boarders are not allowed to use the site for any jumps and can only be on the trail.
The Town Green buildings and grounds are tobacco free.
The Town Green is the perfect gathering spot to host a special event or celebration! With five areas available for rental, it is a popular site for meetings, parties, weddings, family celebrations, concerts, and other activities.
Perhaps the most identifiable structure available at the Town Green is the bandshell with its 105-foot wide, white concrete canopy covering the stage. A small meeting room, peninsula with pergola, lawn with small stage, and park plaza are also available for rental.
For more information, email the rental coordinator or call 763-494-6527
Rental fees and information
Meeting room: $15 to $35 per hour
Overlooking the lake with tables and seating for up to 30 people.
Bandshell: $600 to $700
A large stage with sound equipment and lighting, terraced seating for 300 people, and lawn seating for hundreds more. Discount for Sunday through Thursday mornings.
The point: $200 to $300
A peninsula on the lake with a pergola.
The lawn: $200 to $300
A flat lawn with a small stage.
The plaza: $200 to $300
A heavily landscaped area with park benches.
Come and create your own beautiful music in the park! The music plaza includes six specially made, weather resistant instruments that create great music and never have to be tuned.
Music plaza instruments include:
African drums: Molded plastic tuned drums that provide bass and beat.
Contrabass chimes: Seven chime towers that range in height from 7 to 9 feet. They are pitched an octave below middle C and resonate with a sensation of surround sound.
Glass imbarimba: A combined marimba and kalimba that provides two-handed access to upper and lower notes.
Pagoda bells: Vertically aligned bells with long resonating tones that serve as calming percussion.
Sunset yantzee: A foundational piece that looks like a xylophone and provides low resonance in support of melody.
The swirl: Sculptural chimes that emit a beautiful full range of soprano to alto sounds as elegant as a harp.
To purchase a paver at the music plaza, visit the Rotary Club of Maple Grove website.