Theodore Wirth Park

3201 Glenwood Ave, Golden Valley, Minnesota 55422 USA

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Wed 6a-10p

Theodore Wirth Park is the largest park managed by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. The park land is shared by Minneapolis and the neighboring suburb of Golden Valley. The park includes two golf courses (an 18-hole course and a 9-hole par 3 course), Wirth Lake, Birch Pond, and other amenities. It forms a significant portion of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, linking the Chain of Lakes area with the Victory Memorial Parkway. The park that became known as Theodore Wirth Park was established in 1889 with an initial acquisition of . The park currently occupies , which is 90% of the size of New York City's Central Park at . It was eventually named for Theodore Wirth, who was superintendent of Minneapolis parks for 30 years from 1906 to 1936. 45th Parallel marker A geographic marker at one corner of the park grounds, at Wirth Parkway and Golden Valley Road, marks the 45 degrees latitude line, exactly halfway between the equator and the North Pole. The badly weathered plaque was refurbished around 2006.

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Theodore Wirth Park

3201 Glenwood Ave
Golden Valley, Minnesota
55422 USA

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