The North End neighborhood is a large residential area north of downtown St. Paul dating back to the 1870s. With three recreation centers, parks, library and schools, the area is considered a very family-friendly place to live. Marydale Park offers beautiful green space surrounding Loeb Lake complete with picnic areas and a fishing pier. Loeb Lake was designated as a children's fishing pond by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The Gateway State Bike Trail begins in the North End neighborhood and runs northeast for 18 miles, connecting with several other parks and trails and ending at Pine Point Regional Park north of Stillwater. Most of the homes in the area were built prior to 1930 in a mix of styles with some additional homes built in the 1950s era.
The neighborhood is bound by Larpenteur Avenue on the north, Interstate 35E on the east, the Burlington-Northern Railroad on the south, and Lexington Parkway and Dale Street on the west.
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