Twin Cities Gateway Things to do
The Twin Cities Gateway area is a great travel destination with various exciting attractions. You have the offerings of things to do in Minneapolis, things to do in St. Paul, the Mall of America and more just a short drive away. You also have very exciting attractions options in the Twin Cities Gateway communities including Adventure Seaplanes, golf, shopping, aquatic centers, the National Sports Center and more.
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We invite you to explore our site and learn more about the Twin Cities Gateway communities and the lodging options available. We hope you have fun in one of our communities and enjoy our Twin Cities attractions.
Lino Lakes, MN
Twin Cities Seaplane Tours— an urban metropolis defined by lakes and rivers. There is no way to match the overall perspective on the area's natural and human-made wonders then from a low-flying aircraft! The Mighty Mississippi, Scenic St Croix River, Historic Stillwater, Skyscrapers of St Paul & Minneapolis, 1000's of lakes, the mansions of Minnetonka Combine the amazing views with the unique thrill of flying off the water in a vintage bushplane, and you have an essential Minnesota experience that visitors and locals alike will remember for a lifetime.
Phone: (612) 749-1337
Hours: 7 days a week, 9:00 am to Dusk weather permitting
Anoka Aquatic Center1551 Seventh Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 576-2980
Anoka, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 323-3990
New Brighton, MN 55112
Our 1538 yard, par 30, executive golf course has mature trees, raised greens, and water on several holes to provide golfers beauty and excitement on the course. Brightwood Hills offers leagues for youth, men, women, and seniors. Individual and Group Golf Lessons are also available. Groups and businesses are welcome to hold events and/or leagues of their own small or large; please contact the Clubhouse for more information. Golfers only allowed on course, no spectators or caddies. All ages and skill levels welcome! Get into golf this season!
Phone: (651) 638-2150