Welcome to Fridley, Minnesota!
Travel to Fridley and enjoy the many outdoor activities and recreational facilities available just a short drive from its bustling downtown. Fridley is the gateway city to Minneapolis, hosting the first North Star Commuter Rail Station from Minneapolis which brings you to Target Field.
Harking back to an era when nearly every major American city boasted a popular supper club and Frank Sinatra ruled the airwaves — Crooners Supper Club is reinventing the classic American nightclub on the shores of Moore Lake in Fridley. For another bit of nostalgic entertainment, visit Forgotten Star Brew Co, a new brewery and taproom fashioned from a 1940s pump company that was converted to manufacturing canon for the navy during WWII.
Fridley features attractive recreational facilities located on the Mississippi River like Manomin Park, the Reidel Estate and Farm, and Riverfront Park. Nestled within the City’s northwest corner is Springbrook Nature Center, a 127-acre nature preserve and interpretive learning center. You will find softball, volleyball, baseball, soccer, football, and hockey being played at community parks throughout the year.
Don’t miss the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area – the National Park Service natural wonder that runs through Fridley and stretches for 72 miles.