Adventure Peak, one of the largest indoor play structures in the country

Edinborough Park Playpark in Edina is almost an acre of indoor fun, highlighted by Adventure Peak… a great resource for things to do with kids in our land of changeable weather!


It's a popular family destination for good reason. With a 30-foot climbing tree, 4 giant tube slides plus a triple wave slide and new super slide down from the lookout, "The Peak" is climbing, crawling, sliding adventure that can occupy children and their families for hours regardless of the weather!

It also has a toddler area for small tots, an inflatable air bounce and a large open gym play area overlooking the indoor swimming pool which is also part of the park.


A $6 kid pass is good for the whole day in Adventure Peak, with come and go privileges. No charge for adults with kids, who are invited to join the kids in their climbing adventures. It's a shoe-free zone but don't forget to bring socks, which are required. A $10 facility pass includes admission to the pool as well.


Edinborough Park itself is a unique Edina city 1-acre park located at 7700 York Ave S, a surprise nestled indoors surrounded by an office building, senior high rise and a hotel with condos nearby. It has more than 6,000 plants, trees and flowers, with meandering paths and waterfalls. In addition to the playgrounds it features a junior-Olympic size swimming pool, a running track and fitness area. Its amphitheater presents a full schedule of free music, dance and theater programs.

Edinborough Park and Adventure Peak are located near Centennial Lakes Park, with lots of condos and shopping nearby.

Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results - EmailEdina Realtor


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