A new entertainment space now has a location in Minnesota. This place is so much fun! This is their first Minnesota location but I've been to one of the Iowa locations and now I'm pumped that they'll be closer.

The place is called Smash Park and they have so many things to do it's kind of crazy. For example, there's pickleball, darts, arcade games, duckpin bowling, bags, bocce ball, and a ton more.

Smash Park Roseville, Facebook
Smash Park Roseville, Facebook
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Their main focus definitely seems to be pickleball, as they have tons of pickleball courts both inside and outside. You can also reserve your courts ahead of time, which would probably be a good idea considering how popular of a sport pickleball is.

Side note, I still have never played pickleball. I need to check that off of my list soon.

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On top of all of the fun stuff to do, there's also food and drinks you can get while you're there. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find a menu but from what I remember from the Des Moines location, I believe there are flatbreads, burgers, you know, your bar-style food. They also have tasty cocktails.

Smash Park Roseville, Facebook
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All of the Activities at Smash Park in Minnesota

Let me give you the full rundown of the things you can do at Smash Park, are you ready?

Pickleball, axe throwing, duckpin bowling, private karaoke, bags, darts, arcade games, and other yard games like giant Jenga, giant Connect 4, and bocce ball.

Smash Park Roseville, Facebook
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Minnesota's First Smash Park

Smash Park plans to open other locations in Minnesota but their first one is in Roseville and they officially open on Wednesday, November 8th.

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The Kiwanis Holiday Light Display is free to the public but cash and non-perishable food donations are accepted. All money collected is given to area non-profits. Since opening in 2012 the event has raised more than $500,000 for local charities.

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