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Skoglund Athletic Center
1520 St Olaf Ave, Northfield, MN 55057
The Skoglund Athletic Center acts as a "home" facility for a number of different St. Olaf sports. The Bob Gelle CourtsMore is a 2,008-person capacity facility that acts as the men's and women's basketball home court as well as volleyball court. When not in season, the bleachers are folded up, exposing three full-size basketball courts available for students to use. Also in Skoglund is the swimming and diving team's pool and viewing deck. For up-to-date information on game times, see St. Olaf's athletics page on its official website
Heritage Park
1212 Honeylocust Dr., Northfield, MN 55057
Heritage Park offers a variety of features to Northfielders and visitors to the city. Like most of the city's parks, aMore path runs through it. But Heritage Parks also offers a full-length basketball court and a shaded pavillion for warm days.
Old Memorial Park
801 7th St E, Northfield, MN 55057
There's plenty of space to roam the three-block lot of Old Memorial Park with its open grounds and trails, but there's aMore summer attaction that invites folks to visit the park: Memorial Pool. Though closed for much of the year, this outdoor pool is a popular attraction during the hotter months. There is also a basketball court on the pool grounds.
Tyler Park
1951 Roosevelt Dr, Northfield, MN 55057
With a lot of open space, there is plenty to do at Tyler Park. Located near Northfield Middle School, a large field canMore easily be used for Frisbee or soccer. The park is a hub for several walking trails and is anchored by a basketball court. Tyler Park also has a picnic pavilion and, like most Northfield parks, has a playground with many attractions for kids.
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