Long Lake Regional Park

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Beach at Long Lake Regional Park

Ice Castles, a popular winter attraction, will take place at Long Lake Regional Park this winter. More information regarding tickets and the event will be available through Ice Castles' website.

Location and hours

Park is open 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset.

1500 Old Highway 8
New Brighton, MN 55112

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Park amenities

  • Pavilion parking for 100 cars.
  • Beach parking for 150 cars.
  • 15 boat trailer slots.
  • Swimming beach with concession stand.
  • Sand play area for toddlers.
  • Two playgrounds (near pavilion and beach areas).
  • Two volleyball courts (near pavilion and beach areas).
  • Play field with back stop.
  • Boat launch.
  • Fishing pier.
  • More than three miles of paved trails.
  • 32 picnic tables throughout the park.

Picnic facilities

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Pavilion

Rental fees

$490 plus tax

Amenities

  • Capacity: 500.
  • 41 six-foot picnic tables under the pavilion.
  • 13 tables with seating for four outside the pavilion.
  • Three large grills (36”x36”).
  • Pig roasting area (requires an additional fee).
  • Kitchen including four-burner electric cooktop, two sinks, walk-in cooler, upright freezer and electrical outlets.
  • Electrical outlets on pavilion exterior.
  • Handicap-accessible flush toilets.

Shelter 1

Rental fee

$119 plus tax

Amenities

  • Capacity: 50.
  • Eight picnic tables.
  • One grill (36”x26”).
  • Center serving island with electric outlets.
  • Handicap-accessible flush toilets in adjacent beach building.

Shelter 2 - Lions Park

Rental fee

$246 plus tax

Amenities

  • Capacity: 150.
  • 24 picnic tables.
  • Grills.
  • Handicap-accessible flush toilets.
  • Electricity.

To reserve nearby sports fields, contact the city of New Brighton at 651-638-2123 or email [email protected] 

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Long Lake Regional Park