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Riverside-Riebe Park ~   300 N Rum River Dr.  • 203 4th St. Circle N.

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Riverside-Riebe Park is currently being renovated with a number of new improvements
to be completed by July of 2021. 
Thanks to a grant from the MN DNR and matching grants from our Project sponsors: 

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Riverside Park - 300 N. Rum River Dr.      *****Restrooms are cleaned daily. *****
Riverside Park has a picnic shelter and tables, barbecues, playground equipment and an all-purpose sports field. Since it's located on the Scenic Rum River there is also a canoe launch and feel free to drop a line and do some fishing!

The main feature of Riverside Park is the camping! The campground has 8 back-in sites with both 30 amp and 50 amp power. The sites have water hookups (sewer not available). There is also an area for tent camping with no hookups or electric. In 2018 a new shower/restroom building was constructed. Campsites 1 and 2 are available on a 1st come/1st serve basis. Campsites 3,4,5,6,7,8 require a reservation. 

Canoe and Kayak Outfitting from Riverside Park returning in 2020 beginning JUNE 6th -Labor Day. 

Actual sign posted at the park. 
Riebe Park - 203 4th St Circle N

Riebe Park is approximately 27 acres with about one third of it being occupied by a 9 hole Disc Golf Course.  The park also includes a fenced-in dog park.  Future plans include walking paths and a bridge connecting to Riverside Park on the south side of the Rum River. 

The Disc Golf Course is the first feature of this newer Princeton park so amenities will be added as resources become available. The course is 9 holes of grassy fairways with plenty of trees on either side. There is water and tall grass hazards on the course as well.  While the course is not long, it is challenging with all of the trees and changes in direction on the fairway. Recently new hole signs were added and the tee box locations were adjusted.  Plans are also in the works to install a warm up/putting basket. It is free to play the course.  Have fun!! 

The dog park contains a large fenced-in area for the dogs and picnic tables for the owners. There is also a water fountain.  


  • From the West on Hwy 95 go through the roundabout at the intersection of Rum River Drive and Hwy 95. Take the next right after the roundabout. Immediately turn right again.
  • From the East on Hwy 95 go past Princeton Lanes and the park will be on your left just before you get to the roundabout.