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Lake Minnetonka Regional Park is the perfect place for families to enjoy a Saturday afternoon. Bring a picnic and enjoy a lakeside lunch. Learn more...

Noerenberg Gardens

Situated on the north shore of Lake Minnetonka’s majestic Crystal Bay, Noerenberg Memorial Gardens offers a tranquil retreat to the quiet elegance and grace of days gone by. A favorite subject for local artists and an idyllic location for weddings. Learn more...


Spring Park
Walking path along Spring Park Bay.

Spring Park

Spring Park was originally settled in 1853, but wasn't incorporated until nearly a century later in 1951.

In the late 1800's, perhaps the most elegant of all Lake Minnetonka's grand hotels was erected on Spring Park Bay at the site of the Minnetonka Mist. The "Hotel Del Otero" was a sprawling three story structure with a large ballroom, a screened promenade and a casino. For recreation, the hotel provided sailboats, lawn bowling, picnic grounds, a private beach and classical music concerts.

Sadly, this landmark hotel burned in 1945. But rest assured - there is no shortage of lakeside entertainment in Spring Park. Some of the most popular spots on the lake are located here, including the world-renowned Lord Fletcher's.


Contact Information

Police: Emergency - Call 911
Non-Emergency (Daytime) - Call (952) 249-4700
Fire: Emergency - Call 911
City Offices:

(952) 471-9051

School District: Westonka District #277, Call (952) 906-2500
Address: 4349 Warren Ave., Spring Park, MN 55384



Get Busy!

The spring months bring countless opportunities for wholesome family activities. To find out about happenings in the Lake Minnetonka area, visit our complete Calendar of Events!

Lake Minnetonka: An area steeped in history

From the days when Dakota Indians inhabited her shores, leaving behind ancient burial mounds which are still visible today, to the era of the steam locomotive and the paddle wheeler when grand Victorian hotels and amusement parks stood proudly on her banks, there has always been something alluring about this enchanted body of water. Learn more...