The tiny park at the northeast corner of Lake Hiawatha houses a handful of park benches facing the southwest corner of the lake, strategically placed to provide an amazing sunset view without putting the sun directly in your eyes. On an autumn day when the wind is just chilly enough to catch at the back of your throat, wander down just before evening and you'll be treated to the most peaceful (if not largest) expanse of pink, orange, and red in the Cities, interrupted only by the low, lazy flight of Canada geese or mallard ducks, and the jet trails of landing airplanes.

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2701 E. 44th St.
Minneapolis MN 55406


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