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Like our community, our parks and trails are growing in Hermantown. Our city-wide, long-term plan connects key areas of Hermantown via trails, so that our parks are connected for your use. And we are connected to the great trails and parks that are a part of our neighboring communities.

We have a growing parks and trails system in Hermantown, from Fichtner Field and Stebner Park to the trails that connect both of them. Below are a few maps to help you understand where our parks and trails are located.


Fichtner Field / Community Park:
5255 Maple Grove Road

Fichtner Field and Park lies in the heart of the City at the intersection of Maple Grove and Ugstad. Besides the baseball fields, the park pavilion at this location can be reserved for family events and group activities. By reserving the pavilion, you can ensure it is available for you when you need it. Call 729-3600 for availability. 

Park Pavilion Reservation Request Form

Fichtner Field is located adjacent to Old City Hall, which houses the Hermantown Historical Society.

The baseball and softball fields have a variety of users throughout the year.

Field 1 used by Hermantown High School Baseball between March and early June. 
Fields 2 & 3 used by Hermantown High School Softball between March and early June. 
Fields 1, 2, 3, & 4 used by Hermantown Little League, American Legion and Junior Legion between the end of May and beginning of August. Additionally, SummerFest activities are held at Fichtner Fields as well each year. The skateboard park, basketball court, and playground – as well as the restroom facilities and emergency phone access – are available during during non-snow-covered times.


Stebner Park:
4860 Maple Grove Road

Utilized by the Hermantown Youth Soccer Association. 
Portable toilets are available during the practice season. 
The restroom facilities are available during the game season. 
Playground equipment and emergency phone access available during the season only. 


The Trails Projects Plan

The Trails Projects Plan represents the future Munger Trail Spur project which was master planned in 2015. The map shows various trail segments associated with the overall trail as well as projected construction year, potential funding source, potential cost and the length of each segment.

Community Development Director
Eric Johnson
[email protected]
(218) 729-3600