Bluebird Park Shelter
- If you are interested in reserving a park pavilion, click here
- For athletic facility reservations, click here
- For school field trips, click here
- We are always looking for more volunteers to get involved in the community. If you are interested in the many opportunities, click here to learn more.
- Parks Map click here
Opened in May 2019, the park is located at 101 Isanti Parkway NW, just east of the Isanti Indoor Arena (BMX). We hope you enjoy the park with your furry friends. Please remember to clean up after your dog each visit.
Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail
Opened in 2011, the Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail is three a mile stretch that connects Isanti to Cambridge. The trail takes you on an adventure from City to City through wooded areas and prestine wetlands via a boardwalk. The trail beginning in Isanti at the edge of Bluebird Park, corner of Isanti Parkway NW and 3rd Avenue NW, and follow into Cambridge's Brown Park and other connecting park trails. The trail is perfect for a family run or bike ride without the worry of traffic or busy intersections.
The goal of the Adopt-A-Park Program is to provide interested individuals, groups, or organizations with a public service opportunity that allows volunteers to help maintain the City of Isanti Park System. The program encourages and promotes community involvement, but also enables the City to further beautify and improve park areas. The Adopt-A-Park Program duties and responsibilities supplement the work of City staff; and by working together we hope to help area residents, businesses, and service organizations to become better connected to the community in which they live, work, and recreate. Click here to learn more.
Geocaching is a recreational pursuit that brings together nature and technology. Geocaching is initiated by an individual hiding a cache, normally a waterproof container with trade items and a logbook inside. The location of the cache is recorded with a Global Positioning System (GPS). The individual posts the GPS coordinates along with a description of the cache on the Geocaching website. Click here to learn more.
A special event is defined as a temporary outdoor use on private or public property that extends beyond the normal uses and standards allowed by the zoning ordinance of the City; in which attendance in excess of seventy-five (75) people is anticipated, and impacts are anticipated on surrounding neighborhoods, businesses, or the community as a whole. Special events include but are not limited to, art shows, car shows, sidewalk sales, haunted houses, carnivals, grand openings, festivals, home exhibitions, parades, circus, block parties, fairs, concerts, street dances, tournaments, or other attended outdoor entertainment or celebration that is to be held on public or private property. Click here for an application form.
Isanti Legacy Medal
The Isanti Legacy Medal signifies the importance of City of Isanti residents, and those who are members of organizations within the City of Isanti, have had in building the legacy of Isanti. The purpose of implementing this program is to honor those who, through their actions, have brought positive State or National recognition to the City of Isanti or those who have served the City of Isanti in a distinct or extraordinary way. Click here for a nomination form.
Metal detecting and metal target recovery is the process of using tools to detect metals that may not be easily visible to the eye on surfaces throughout the city. The City of Isanti does allow metal detection with restrictions to certain parks and trail areas. You must also request permission and sign a waiver to follow the Minnesota group Code of Ethics to detect within City limits. Click here to learn more and fill out the waiver.
The City remains dedicated to the growth and creation of existing and new parkland, ensuring that future residents have ample opportunity to enjoy neighborhood parks. In an effort to enhance the park system, donations are accepted for the acquisition for new equipment, trees, or flower beds for the City parks and trails. If you are interested, please call the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department Staff at 763-762-5754.