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Ojibway Park/Skate Park

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 and skate park. The park is currently under construction as part of the Ojibway Park Master Plan Project.

Ojibway Park Master Plan Project

Update from March 2019
The Ojibway Park Project is well underway. Demolition of the old building and the removal of the existing play structure and area trees took place in late fall 2018. The new building is now up and almost fully enclosed. Work will continue to start on the detail work, the roof, and the  pouring of the basement and rear patio concrete. Construction is expected to continue through summer.

Ojibway Park PlaygroundThe new playground has been purchased and is ready to be installed as soon as the ground prep is complete and the curbing is poured. The play structure was purchased from Landscape Structures and is a great combination of traditional and climbing challenges, while also incorporating balance trails and swinging or spinning events throughout. There will be wood fiber for surfacing with a poured in place rubber river running throughout the entire area. Park users will find something fun and new for all ages. The old playground was donated to a non-profit organization  named Kids Around the World. They will refurbish and relocate the old structure to an orphanage in Kingston, Jamaica. 

In addition, there will be new features added to the skate park, which should improve flow throughout the course. The planning for those improvements are still in process, and we will be able to update you in more detail later in the spring. We will be giving the band shell a facelift as well, by replacing the woodwork for the ceiling and giving it a fresh coat of paint.

View additional plans photos

Ojibway Park Master Site Plan
Core Site Plan

Questions can be directed to Mike Adams, assistant parks and recreation director, at 651-414-3435 or mike.adams@woodburymn.gov