Theodore Wirth Park

Originally named Glenwood Park, it was renamed in honor of Minneapolis Park Board chairman Theodore Wirth. It's easily the largest park in Minneapolis, although some of it falls inside Golden Valley(on my Hudson map, anyway).

It's got lots of water, including Brownie Lake, Bassett Creek, and several ponds. It has a public golf course, and a challet for sledders in winter.

The park is about a half-mile wide by 2-1/2 miles long, with a parkway running through it. It's a popular site for outdoor weddings; the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden is located there.