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Ojibway Park/Skate Park

Ojibway Park Playground
Located at 2695 Ojibway Drive (near Woodbury High School), Ojibway Park is a community park that features a band shell, building with restrooms, open air shelters, outdoor ice rink, warming house and skate park. Other park amenities include:

  • Athletic fields
  • Horseshoe courts
  • Play structure
  • Sand volleyball courts

Please report maintenance concerns to the Parks and Recreation Department (651) 714-3583. The City of Woodbury reserves the right to close the facility for any circumstances deemed necessary. For serious injury use the phone in the park building to call 911.

Ojibway Park Master Plan Project
The process for Ojibway Park Master Planning began in July 2016. The city gathered feedback from the general public, neighborhood residents, Woodbury Days planners, the Parks and Natural Resources Commission and athletic groups. Several overarching themes emerged from public input:

  • Ensure that Ojibway Park is a community-wide asset
  • Retain and enhance the natural qualities of the park, including habitat and trails
  • Support Woodbury Days as a key event in the park
  • Improve access to and visibility of the park
  • Increase facilities and programming for recreation, fitness and play
  • Improve existing structures and parking lots
  • Enhance circulation within the park
  • Prioritize the bandshell and associated programming
The city will be gathering more public input this summer. The project is anticipated to begin in 2018. 

Questions can be directed to Mike Adams, assistant parks and recreation director, at (651) 414-3435 or

Ojibway Park Master Site Plan
Core Site Plan

View additional photos of the Ojibway Park Master Plan.

Project updates:
As part of the Ojibway Park Improvement Project, the old playground structure at Ojibway Park will be removed Wednesday, Oct. 31, weather permitting. Installation of the new playground is tentatively scheduled for the spring/summer of 2019. During this process, the playground will be closed.

Construction fencing will be placed around the entire construction site prior to the removal of the park building to ensure the safety of park users and construction workers. Updates on the Ojibway park improvement project will be posted on this page.

The playground equipment will be donated to Kids Around the World, an organization that establishes playgrounds in poverty-stricken countries.