Lino Lakes Homes & Real Estate
Lino Lakes Homes & Real Estate
Spend the time of your life in Lino Lakes! Right smack in the middle of the city is the 3,500 acre Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park Reserve so you will never run out of fresh air to breathe in this area. Lino Lakes has been included in the 100 Best Places to Live in the US from Money Magazine.
The city is only 30 minutes away from St. Paul and Minneapolis. This distance is close enough if you want to go to the big city but far enough to maintain a quaint, country ambiance which is perfect for people who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
The park in the middle of Lino Lakes boasts of amazing facilities for the entire family to enjoy and it includes picnic spots, a beach, and seven interconnected lakes that the family can enjoy rowing at. The education scenario in Lino Lakes is awesome with the public school system spending a hundred dollars more the country’s average expenditure for each child. There is one teacher for every 18 students in Lino Lakes. There are five elementary schools serving the Lino Lakes district: Lino Lakes Elementary, Centerville Elementary, Blue Heron Elementary, Golden Lake Elementary, and Rice Lake Elementary.
The price median for home sin Lino Lakes is at $217,000 and the crime rate is amazingly low. The Centennial School District in Lino Lakes has even won a School of Excellence Award.
Town Center is the main shopping district of Lino Lakes. It is located on Lake Drive. There are a lot of local attractions in the city. For family fun, there is the Centerville Lake Beach and Picnic Pavilion, the Rice Creek Campground, and the Wargo Nature Center. For sports lovers, you can always go to the National Sports Center and play golf at both Shadow Ridge Golf Range and the Chamonix Golf Course.
The Minnesota State Fair happens at the Monessota State Fairgrounds. Some say it is the largest state fair in the country in terms of the number of visitors. A lot of establishments go to this fair to showcase their finest livestock and present to the public their various capabilities in the field of art as well as cooking. The Bell Museum of Natural History is only 15 miles from Lino Lakes and it displays a great number of animal specimens that came from different parts of the world. The museum was founded in 1872 and its goal is to collect and display different animals and plant life for research and public knowledge enrichment.
About the same distance from Lino Lakes is the Mill Ruins Park. The park shows off Minneapolis’s flour mill history and it is where you can find the ruins of some flour mills that have already been abandoned. Go to the Washburn A Mill, the biggest flour mill in the world. The Weisman Art Museum can be found inside the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus and it stands as one of the most popular landmarks inside the campus.
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