Winterfest 2021

Winterfest Passport Experience 

The Passport is the perfect excuse to get outside and enjoy a variety of winter activities ranging from sledding to snowshoeing to custom obstacle courses! Eighteen City parks (including Springbrook Nature Center) will be included on the passport; check in at at least five and receive some cool gear as prizes! Passports will be available in three ways: using your phoneas printable version on website, or for pick up at City Hall or Springbrook Nature Center during business hours.  

  1. Here's How it Works
  2. Mobile Passport
  3. Paper Passport
  4. Passport Activities
  5. Snowshoe Rental

Here’s How It Works:

During the course of the event, January 23-31, visit any five (or more if you wish) of the participating parks and complete one or more of the featured activities. Then, find the main park sign where a Passport poster is attached to the back. Some parks have two signs, in which case both will have the poster.  You will only need to visit one as they have the same information. The Passport does not need to be completed in one day. In fact, we prefer you spread your visits out over the course of the week. I.e. snowshoeing at Springbrook on Sunday, sledding at Commons on Tuesday, etc. 

Passports can be completed via the mobile passport or the paper passport. 

Winterfest Medallion Hunt 

The Winterfest medallion hunt will be held at Springbrook Nature Center on Saturday, January 23rd from Noon to 4:00 pm. Clues will be released every 30 minutes until 3:00 pm. Clues will be released on the City of Fridley website and Facebook page. There will be a $100 cash prize for the finder of the medallion.

**Special thanks to the Fridley Lions Club for their generous donation which makes this event possible. 

**Thanks to Winterfest Partners:  Anoka Co Library Mississippi Branch, Coon Creek Watershed District, Master Gardeners, Boy Scouts, Fridley ECFE, Cool2BKind