The biggest city in Washington County, Woodbury is home to more than 66,000 people. The city is the tenth largest in Minnesota. Check out the many attractions here when you get on a charter bus in Woodbury, Minnesota and take your vacation.
A charter bus in Woodbury, Minnesota can take you to the following places:
The Woodbury Community Theatre performs at the Merrill Community Arts Center. The group puts out several shows every season. Past productions include Les Miserables, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, and Miracle on 34th Street - The Musical. You could also catch the East Metro Symphony Orchestra play and the Artists of Woodbury holds several exhibits at the arts center.
Go to the Bielenberg Sports Center, one of the biggest multi-purpose sports centers in the state that features 36 outdoor sports fields, an indoor field house, indoor ice areas, a recreational skating rink and a splash pad. Check out Central Park, an indoor park that gives recreational opportunities to every age group, from toddlers to seniors. You can find Lookout Ridge, an indoor playground for kids under 13. Additionally, there are several performances held inside the park, including a puppet and mask show. You can also watch the Minnesota Sting play their home games at East Ridge High School.
Designed by Kurt Sandness, the 18-hole Prestwick Golf Club at Wedgewood is one of the two golf courses that you can find in the city. The Prestwick has close to 6,700 yards of golf, a par of 72, a course rating of 72.7 and slope rating of 128. The golf course was first opened in the 1980s.
You can also go to the Eagle Valley Golf Course, which has close to 6,900 yards at the longest tees, a par of 72, a slope rating of 127, and a course rating of 73.0. Designed by David Kirscht and Joel Goldstrand, the course was first opened in the 1990s.
The city has one site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Charles Spangenberg Farmstead, one of the county's few remaining farmsteads built in the 19th century. It features a farmhouse, barn and granary built in the 1870s.
Visit Carver Lake Park and Beach that includes a playground, swimming beach, picnic shelter, picnic area, archery range, and a cycling trail.
Also check out the Veterans Memorial. Dedicated in 2008, the memorial helps honor Woodbury citizens who are serving or have served in the military. Then also check out the Ojibway Park that has picnic tables, shelter, grills, eight ball fields, three soccer fields, sand volleyball and horseshoe courts, ski trails, skate park and multi-use trails.
The city has close to four dozen parks that take up 3,000 acres of space. It also has about 100 miles of trails that interconnects the parks in the city.
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