Allison Park features a playground, covered picnic areas, a gazebo, a grand gazebo, an amphitheater, a pavilion that has its own set of tables and chairs and a mini kitchen, splash pad, and a hill (sledding for the winter and a fun place to sit to watch events at the amphitheater). There is also a statue installment known as the Northborn Statues. Don’t miss the big sign of Minnesota that says “We are northborn” and has the northern lights displayed on it at night.
The Warroad Point Park remains a community gathering place and a great place to see the open water of beautiful Lake of the Woods.
Public boat access, ample parking, fishing pier, and heated fish cleaning houses make Warroad Point Park a terrific home base for fishermen. The park also offers newly constructed playground equipment, picnic shelters, campground, and an outdoor swimming pool.
Nature viewing from Warroad Point Park’s observation tower and drive-up nature viewing area offer a terrific opportunity for bird watching as the park is the first stop on the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail. Warroad’s paved walking/biking path begins at the park and weaves through the outskirts of town. Casino gaming, shopping, and lakeshore dining are within a block or two of the park.
218-386-1004 or 218-386-1454
Picnic Shelter Reservations:
Children’s playground one block from Lake of the Woods and the Warroad City Campgrounds at Warroad Point Park.
Warroad, MN 56763
The city-owned basketball and tennis courts located on Elk Street are open to the public. Parking lot is one block west of Hwy 11 (State St.) on Elk.