Waite Park Homes For Sale
Waite Park is the perfect place to raise a family, with plenty of amenities and attractions right in town. St. Cloud is so close you could walk there, and the Twin Cities are less than two hours away. Find your new Waite Park home in our listings today!
Median Home Price: $129,900.00
Whether you enjoy cross-country skiing, swimming, running or any other outdoor activity, Waite Park is the perfect place to get moving. Explore Healthy Living Trail’s twelve perennial gardens with the whole family.
Waite Park is home to a variety of shopping options including home improvement, clothing, furniture and many other types of stores. Residents can also take a short drive over to St. Cloud for more shopping options, such as the Crossroads Center mall.
When hunger strikes in Waite Park, you don’t have to wait long to find something delicious. Be sure to check out Grizzly’s Grill for a hearty meal from a wood-fired grill. Looking for something a little spicier? La Casita has the Mexican food that will hit the spot. These are just a few of the many options in town.
Preserving the natural beauty of Waite Parke is a top priority for city residents. There is a mobile unit that picks up hazardous waste for residents during the summer free of charge. Many businesses will accept items for recycling throughout the year.
The following school districts are responsible for providing educational services and resources to the residents of Waite Park:
Several Metro Bus routes run through Waite Park, making it easy to get to stores, schools and parks. These lines also connect with nearby St. Cloud, so living and working in the area couldn’t be easier.
Waite Park has four city councilmembers and a mayor to serve the citizens of the city. Local businesses follow policies and regulations voted on by this city council. A planning, Park and Civil Services board handles other types of community initiatives.
The city was incorporated as a village in 1893 and named after Henry Chester Waite, a local businessman and statesman. What began as a pit stop between St. Paul and Breckenridge MN, quickly became an area for commerce and residential properties. Throughout the 20th century, the city grew alongside St. Cloud.