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Teddy Bear Park, Stillwater

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Teddy Bear Park is located at South 2nd Street and Nelson Street near downtown Stillwater. The park is open to the public 8 am to 8 pm from mid-April to mid-October weather dependent. The park play equipment is designed for children 7 years of age and younger.

The building at Teddy Bear Park has two levels that are available to rent. Both floors have their own kitchen which includes a full size standard refrigerator, sink, small microwave and counter top space; there is no stove. Food is not allowed to be cooked in the building however food may be warmed and served - outlets are available. Each floor has its own entrance.

The main floor (1st floor) of the building maximum capacity is 60 people however it only has 45 chairs along with 7 tables. 1st floor does not have air conditioning available and shares the main restrooms located on the outside of the building - these are the restrooms for everyone in the park.

The 2nd floor maximum capacity is 30 people and has 5 tables and 30 chairs. 2nd floor is temperature controlled with air conditioning units and has a private unisex restroom. 2nd floor is not ADA accessible which means no elevator but has a large wooden staircase.

There are three concrete picnic tables located outside just north of the building. These tables are first come first serve. The gazebo has bench style seating (no tables). For more questions on reserving the building call the parks department at 651-430-8837
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  • Took my granddaughter here fun for her lots to do. Tunnels, swings and slides. Very nice well kept and benches to sit on. Oh it’s free  more »
  • It was a very nice park. There were plenty of families there. It was quite and it was nice watching the boats go by.  more »
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  • Loved this place, especially how there is only one entrance in and out. It's easier to keep tabs on your kids. Plus, there aren't any high risky features where kids might and hurt themselves. It's a safe playground, yet kids can still use their imagination for play. I'm not a fan of sand pits, they're messy, but the kids loved them.
  • What a wonderful gem of a park! There's so much to do. It's exceptionally multifaceted. A rock climbing wall that could tempt (and even challenge) a mountain goat. A tree house/ slide combo big enough for mom and dad should you find yourself having to forcibly extract your charge. Lots of fun little train themed play places. A giant gazebo for the playful-pacifist in your life. And a giant teddy bear to justify the name. You can't lose here! Well, it's big so you could definitely lose a child or two. But they'd have fun until the panic sets in.
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