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  • Ralia Sports Center

    8686 Valley Forge Lane N. Maple Grove, MN 55369

  • Ramsey County Parks

    2015 N. Van Dyke St. Maplewood, MN 55109

  • Ran-ham Bowling Center

    Ran-ham Bowling Center

    490 Hamline Ave. S St Paul, MN 55105

    A classic disco ball hanging from the ceiling of Ran-ham -- located near the intersection of Hamline and Randolph Avenues in St. Paul -- highlights the old-school feel of this subterranean bowling alley. But while the room might look untouched by time with its manual scoring stations and inflatable bumpers, remember: it's not retro; the Ran-ham is a classic. There's even a vintage jukebox and a small arcade stock full of some old-school video games, both of which pair well with their strong beer and wine and delicious soft pretzels. Be sure to also try the famous Nookie burger from the attached Nook restaurant; you won't regret it. Ran-ham's open daily until midnight. More >>

  • Rapids Riders Whitewater Canoe And Kayak Club

    P.o. Box 13567 Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Rapids Riders Whitewater Canoe and Kayak Club

    3425 The Mall Minnetonka, MN 55345 Learn to safely paddle whitewater in Minnesota. Beginning and refresher courses every spring. Winter rolling instruction and skills pool sessions. More >>

  • Recreation Center

    1109 Margaret St. St. Paul, MN 55106

  • Reed Sweatt Family Tennis Center

    4005 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55409
    612-825-6844 The Reed-Sweatt Family Tennis Center is a large indoor tennis facility in South Minneapolis, with 11 indoor courts available for both members and the general public. There is an on-site lounge that provides views of the court, locker rooms with showers, and vending machine options, with an on-site pro shop where you can get various tennis equipment or just get your racquet restrung. There are demo and rental racquets available free of charge to those who have a court reserved; players just need to leave their Driver's License or car keys at the front desk while they are using the racquets. Court reservations for both members and the public can be made up to one week in advance, with ball machine rental also available. There are also leagues, lessons, and competitive tournaments available to registered members of the Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center, with options for permanent court time reservations (same time, day, each week) available to those who want to commit to a regular tennis schedule throughout the year. More >>

  • Rendezvous Dance Studio

    711 W. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-872-1562 Dance lessons including swing, Latin, tap, ballroom, and more. More >>

  • Rhythmland Roller Rink

    1835 Central Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55418

  • Rice and Arlington Batting Cages

    Rice and Arlington Batting Cages

    1500 Rice St. Maplewood, MN 55117
    651-558-2117 Looking for some active fun on a rainy day? Try Rice and Arlington Batting Cages on Rice Street in St. Paul. Open seven days a week, the facility offers both fast-pitch and slow-pitch (between 40 and 70 mph) and costs $2 for 22 balls. A multi-purpose room is available for rent at $25 per hour for meetings, parties, sports skills practice, and more, while equipment such as batting tees, nets, and balls are provided upon request, and must be booked one day in advance. If you're not feeling too sharp at your batting skills, you can call and reserve private lessons. The cages are open seven days a week with hours varying by day. More >>

  • Richard Green Central Gymnasium

    3416 4th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55408

  • Richfield Ice Arena

    66th St. and Columbus Ave. Richfield, MN 55423

  • Richfield Muncipal Pool

    630 E. 66th St. Richfield, MN 55423

  • Richfield Swim Club

    6640 Lyndale Ave. S. Ste 110-301 Richfield, MN 55423

  • River Oaks Municipal Golf Course

    11099 S. Highway 61 Cottage Grove, MN 55016

  • River Valley Ranch

    16480 Jonathan Carver Parkway Carver, MN 55315

  • Roller Garden Skating Center

    Roller Garden Skating Center

    5622 W. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55416

    Guests start going in circles and having a crazy good time with a party that includes roller skating and a party table with all the fixin's: Hot dogs, pop, chips, and ice cream. More >>

  • Roller Garden Skating Center

    2122 Wooddale Dr Woodbury, MN 55125

    Guests start going in circles and having a crazy good time with a party that includes roller skating and a party table with all the fixin's: Hot dogs, pop, chips, and ice cream. More >>

  • Roselawn Stables

    24069 NW Rum River Blvd. St. Francis, MN 55070

  • Roseville Activity Center

    2800 Arona St. Roseville, MN 55113

  • Roseville Bingo Hall

    2525 Snelling Ave. N. Roseville, MN 55113

  • Roseville Skating Center

    2661 Civic Center Drive Roseville, MN 55113

  • Roy Wilkins Auditorium

    Roy Wilkins Auditorium

    175 W. Kellogg Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55102-1205
    651-989-5151 Named for the famed civil rights leader, NAACP leader, and Saint Paul resident, Roy Wilkins Auditorium (previously the St. Paul auditorium until 1985) has had a long history of hosting events since its construction in 1932. Along with its impressive list of performing musical alumni -- The Clash, Nirvana, Ice Cube, the White Stripes -- the 5,000-seat arena also hosts conventions, graduation ceremonies, trade shows, and matches by the local roller-derby brawlers, the Minnesota RollerGirls. More >>

  • Rumble Boy Kickboxing Club

    1200 Mendelssohn Ave. N. Golden Valley, MN 55427

  • Rush Creek Golf Club

    7801 County Road 101 Maple Grove, MN 55311
    763-494-0400 Rush Creek Golf Club, located 20 miles from downtown Minneapolis in Maple Grove, is one of the best public golf courses in the Twin Cities area. Their 18-hole championship course is a true test for golfers of any talent level, and has played host to numerous national and LPGA events, as well as the 2004 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. The greens at Rush Creek were all redone in 2007, and run as true as any in the state. In addition to the lush, challenging course, which features many holes spectacularly bordered by water, Rush Creek also features an impressive clubhouse with a well-stocked golf shop and the Scottish-themed Highlander Restaurant, which offers patrons a full bar and hand-crafted menu. The club also provides lessons to golfers of any age or gender, as well as a banquet facility that can host weddings and special events. More >>