Run Minneapolis: Lind-Bohanon, Victory Memorial, North Mississippi River Park

N Mississippi Dr

Carly, Bill, and I chipped off the SE corner of the Lind-Bohanon Neighborhood along with a few streets in Webber-Camden and through N Mississippi River Park this morning.

Bohanon Park

We started at the park and worked our way west on 49th Ave N past Bohanon Park. The temps are not cooperating for skating rinks.

Community of Christ Church

We passed Community of Christ Church at Emerson. A tri-scripture church that used the Holy Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and Covenants.

Gethsemane Lutheran Church

We circled back east at Humboldt on 48th, then passed Gethsemane Lutheran Church at 47th & Colfax. Norwegians in the neighborhood started the church in 1893. The current building was constructed in 1927. Gethsemane was in the news recently after food destined for their food shelf disappeared during delivery.

Shingle Creek Facing Downstream at 45th Ave N

We kept working our way east and west until we reached a bridge over Shingle Creek at 45th Ave N.

Running on Victory Memorial Parkway

Bill & Carly cruising along Victory Memorial Parkway. The running path is a little rough, but the bike path is in great shape.

Trails from Webber Park to North Mississippi River Park

We circled through a couple short streets off Victory Memorial Parkway, then heading down a trail off 45th Ave N to the Mississippi.

Camden Bridge from North Mississippi River Park

Looking south toward the Camden bridge.

Mississippi River from North Mississippi River Park

It was windy during our run. The white caps on the Mississippi confirm that. The elevators in the background are a General Mills facility off Marshall Ave in NE.

North Mississippi River Park Building

We wrapped up back at the North Mississippi Park building.

Lind-Bohanon and Victory Memorial Running Route

One thought on “Run Minneapolis: Lind-Bohanon, Victory Memorial, North Mississippi River Park”

  1. Ooo that park has some bad memories. I’ve been to two difference corporate summer outings there and on both occasions about half the cars in the lot were broken into during the event.

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