Oak Leaf Park

Glencoe’s flagship park is Oak Leaf Park, where you will find thirty-eight acres of fun for any age or season!  View Oak Leaf Park Map

City of Glencoe has adopted a Tobacco-Free Policy for the Park and Recreational Areas.
As part of our effort to promote healthy lifestyles in our community all city parks and recreational
facilities ( including shelters) are tobacco free!

Camping
15 camping spots are available in Oak Leaf Park. Electricity, water, shower facility, RV dump site all available to campers as well as fire rings. Tent camping is also permitted. Reservations must be made online (drop in reservations are NOT permitted) and are currently being accepted online for the 2017 camping season.

Reservations are being accepted online

Fishing Pond
The park fishing pond includes a dock and fish stocked by the DNR each spring. Catch and release is encouraged until the fish are large enough to eat.  License requirements apply, visit the MN DNR site for license information by clicking here.

Aquatic Center
The Glencoe Aquatic Center is one of the area’s finest water parks.  With slides, numerous play features, shaded areas, zero entrance pool and concessions, the Glencoe Aquatic Center is not to be missed. 

POOL HOURS:  JUNE, JULY, AUGUST
12:30 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. DAILY

Pool opening for season June 4, 2016
Season 2016 approximate closing date August 28

Aquatic Center Rental Fee  $100/hr +$15 add’t guard + tax
Family Pass (5 members) $130 plus tax
Individual Pass  $65 plus tax
Daily rate $6.00
Children age 0-4    $2.00

CREDIT CARDS ARE NOT ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT AT THE POOL! CASH OR CHECK ONLY.

Wildlife Sanctuary
The wildlife sanctuary is a thirty-two acre refuge, home to elk, deer, llamas, waterfowl, turtles and various other animals. It is not uncommon for the elk and deer to visit you at the fence. Achieve a full view of the grounds by following the walking trail that circles the sanctuary.

Picnics
With the scenic setting and many available activities, Oak Leaf Park is a great location for picnics.  Numerous grill areas, shelters, restrooms and picnic tables are located at Oak Leaf Park.  Seasonally, concessions are available at the Aquatic Center nearby. Shelter rentals are handled at the City Office – Please call 320-864-5586 to make your reservation.

Sports
Oak Leaf Park is ideal for the sports enthusiast! Surrounded by mature trees and rolling green space, the park features a 9-hole disc golf course, softball and baseball fields, sand volleyball, basketball court, soccer field and walking trails.

Whatever your interest, Oak Leaf Park is an ideal destination for your family outing!