Fridley, MN has the tongue-twisting nickname of Friendly Fridley, but it does live up to that moniker. It's a city that prides itself on community and offers tons of fun things to do throughout the year, like 49er Days in summer and Winterfest in January. Fridley had humble beginnings as a village in 1949 and grew into a larger city less than ten years later. As part of the Twin Cities Metro Area, Fridley provides all of its more than 27,000 residents with plenty of amenities.
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Rising home prices! After a bit of a decline, home prices in Fridley are on the rise once again. Now is the best time to search for homes for sale if you don't want to risk having prices go higher. Check out the Central Ave. NE and Route 65 neighborhood or the Osborne Rd. NE and Jackson St. NE neighborhood for available properties or rent to own houses.
Plenty of rental options! Around one-third of properties in Fridley are renter-occupied, and the vacancy rate is on par with the national average. When searching for rental apartments or homes, focus on the E. River Rd. and Mississippi Way neighborhood or the E. River Rd. and 79th Way NE neighborhood.
The great outdoors! Visit Springbrook Nature Center to hike along nature trails while looking for wildlife. The trails, which wind their way through forests and wetlands, give you a chance to experience nature all year round. Head out to Manomin Park to see the Mississippi River up close and try to catch walleye, carp and other freshwater fish.
Dining options galore! Fridley offers a ton of great places to eat. Order some steak burgers, chicken gyros or hot sandwiches at River Grill, which is known for serving delicious food and providing outstanding service. Broadway Bar and Pizza offers award-winning pizza, friendly service and tasty pasta dishes.
History and culture! At the Fridley Historical Society Museum, you can learn more about the city's history and take part in community events, like the Annual Lasagna Dinner or AugustFest. The Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts features art galleries filled with works by regional artists.
Sports and recreation! Grab your paddles and wiffle ball, then head over to Commons Park to play some pickleball. The park has two courts for this unusual sport. Visit Moore Lake Park and Beach to do some swimming and play sand volleyball, tennis or basketball.
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