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    About Lake Como - Saint Paul
    Ramsey County, Minnesota

    Lake Como is in St Paul, Minnesota, around 10 miles from the heart of Minneapolis.

    The Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport is under 15 miles away, and there are three hospitals under five miles away: Regions Hospital, St Joseph's Hospital, and United Hospital.

    Life on the Water

    Lake Como is 71 acres in size, with a maximum depth of 15 feet. The lake contains 1.7 miles of shoreline, offering plenty of room for lake fun.

    The water is in Como Regional Park, which includes a multitude of activities to enjoy. The area features a pavilion, 2.3 miles of paved trails, grills, a play area, four ball fields, a fishing pier, a restaurant/event venue, athletic fields, Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, Como Zoo, Como Town Amusement Park, Como 18 Hole Golf Course, Como Regional Park Pool, and more.

    Only cartop-carried boats and electric trolling motors are allowed on the lake. Watercraft must be carried, portaged, or wheeled down to the floating dock behind the Lakeside Pavilion. If you don't own a boat, you can rent one from Wheel Fun Rentals.

    Anglers can find black bullhead, black crappie, bluegill, brown bullhead, channel catfish, green sunfish, hybrid sunfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, sunfish, walleye, white crappie, yellow bullhead, yellow perch, common carp, shortnose gar, white sucker, golden shiner, and goldfish.

    Explore Minneapolis

    There are numerous attractions in Minneapolis, starting with the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Travel through 4,000 years of world history as you view more than 80,000 works of sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings, and prints.

    The Mall of America offers great shopping and hosts over 40 million people annually. Nickelodeon Universe is an incredibly family-friendly amusement park in the mall and is split into two indoor amusement parks.

    Another local favorite is the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. One of the crown jewels of the city’s park system, the garden is a top destination for tourists to enjoy art like the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry.

    Finally, for outdoor recreation and scenic nature, check out Minnehaha Park. This is the oldest park in Minneapolis and boasts 193 acres, numerous scenic trails, limestone bluffs, a 53-foot waterfall, picnic pavilions, bike rentals, and an off-leash dog park.

    Why Lake Como?

    Lake Como is a fantastic place to look for lake property. It is convenient to cities but surrounded by nature. Lake Como is the best of both worlds!