The City of Blaine has 66 parks and hundreds of miles of trails. Its parks include Aquartore Park, Happy Acres Park, Lexington Athletic Complex, the Blaine Baseball Complex, and Lakeside Commons Park. The Blaine Wetland Sanctuary is 500 acres of protected open space featuring a boardwalk and trails
Happy Acres Park – https://www.blainemn.gov/facilities/facility/details/happyacrespark-46
Lakeside Commons Park – https://www.blainemn.gov/921/Lakeside-Commons-Park-and-Beach
Blaine Wetland Sanctuary – https://blainemn.gov/blainewetlandsanctuary
Blaine is served by three different school districts. The Anoka-Hennepin School District covers most of the city, from Highway 65 west to University Ave north of 99th Ave NE and the areas north of Cloud Drive, and zigzags through the Lakes neighborhood up to Main Street, where it covers everything north all the way across to Sunset, the city’s eastern edge. The Spring Lake Park School District covers nearly everything south of 99th Ave NE, the east side of Highway 65 north to where it bumps into District 11 and east to Lexington, where it bumps into the Centennial School District. District 12—Centennial Schools—covers east of Lexington almost up to Main Street and everything south and east of Interstate 35W.
There are three high schools within the city: Blaine High School in the Anoka-Hennepin School District, Centennial High School in the Centennial School District, and Paladin Career and Technical High School, a public charter school. In addition, some Blaine students attend Spring Lake Park High School in the Spring Lake Park School District.Rasmussen College, a private, for-profit school offering bachelor’s and associate degrees, has a location in Blaine. Info from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaine,_Minnesota
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