Rogers is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 8,597 at the 2010 census. However, the population increased to over 11,000 upon the annexing of surrounding Hassan Township in 2012. The population of Hassan Township was 2,600 in 2010, giving the current city a population base of 11,197 as of the census. The center of population of Minnesota is located in Rogers . The city is a northwest suburb of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area.
Restaurants in Rogers
5 based on 59 reviews
Intimate seating, you feel 'into the show' even if you are in the back row. Amphitheater style seating. Great little bar outside the theater where you can sit prior to the show. Refreshments are allowed in the theater but of course, be mindful to pick them up on your way out. I've really enjoyed the plays put on here, great casts - very friendly box office/refreshment personnel. Perfect off the beaten path theater for a night out in Cozy Anoka!
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Experience the story of farming, food and agriculture — past and present! Explore the newly expanded and enhanced facilities to learn about today's agriculture and then visit an original 1860s working farm. Activities follow the farming cycle and change with the season, making each visit unique. Visitors can meet the animals in the barn, help work in the fields and gardens, and see what's cooking in the farmhouse. The Oliver Kelley Farm is a National Historic Landmark and opens for the season April 1.
Brand new visitors center as of this week. Went for the first time with our 9 and 12 year old kids and grandparents. We stayed 2 hours and everyone had a good time. Lots of interaction with animals, chores, and a historical way of life.
4 based on 196 reviews
Find impressive savings at Adidas, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Calvin Klein, Coach, Gap Outlet, Gymboree, Kenneth Cole, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and more. Albertville Premium Outlets are located between Minneapolis and St. Cloud.
This outlet center has a nice collection of stores with great merchandise but it's just too spread out. Whoever designed this thing did a horrible job as you literally have to drive to each section or walk a mile to and from your car. Plus, it's separated by a busy thoroughfare. I just don't get it. But, we just happened upon it on our drive from Minneapolis to St. Cloud and ended up finding a lot of great buys and brand name stores that you don't find at many other outlet centers (North Face and UGG, in particular).
4.5 based on 185 reviews
This is the largest park in the Three Rivers Park District at 4900 acres. Mountain bike trails, paved bike trails, walking and horseback riding trails, off-leash dog park with swimming pond, picnic areas, swim beach, disc golf, cross country ski trails, downhill and snow tubing, chalet, etc. If it involves outdoor fun, this is your destination!
5 based on 10 reviews
Beautiful trails in the Elm Creek Park Reserve accessed on the west side of Champlin. Ample parking for around 75 vehicles, restrooms availabe and even air for your bicycle tires if needed. Trail is in process of being renovated so some parts are currently closed but you can still enjoy many miles of the trails which go through the woods and past some beautiful scenery as well! Plan to spent at least 1-2 hours in this park on the trail. You won't be disappointed either!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Anything you need from hunting,fishing,archery,clothes,snacks they have it. Good place for kids to roam and see lots of different animals. Also good selection of women's clothes too. Fun outing for all those outdoor needs and wants
4.5 based on 37 reviews
I went with my daughter to see Mick Sterling do a Billy Joel tribute show. The show included a lot of deep tracks that didn't get much air time on the radio. It was the first time performing this show and some of the lyrics got messed up but it was still a very enjoyable show.
3 based on 1 reviews
Crow-Hassan Park Reserve is located directly on the Crow River in northern Hennepin County. It is also located just north of Hanover, Minnesota and just south of St. Michael, Minnesota and I-94. There is no cost to enter this park but you need to purchase a daily or annual pass if you are going to go horseback riding. This large, 2600 acre park looks like it did hundreds of years ago as a part of it has been restored to look like a restored prairie. I went here to hike as there are about 10 miles of hiking trails. There are lots of spots to park a horse trailer and there are about 15 miles of horse trails.
I hiked this park on a Saturday morning in mid-May and thought it was just an OK Three Rivers Park. I have visited all (or most) of the other Three River Parks and thought this one was just OK. While I liked hiking along the Crow River the rest of the park was nothing special. I hiked a lot on what looked like an old 2 lane dirt driveway or country road and it was kind of hard to walk on. I did not see many people on the trails but I did see a few families in the parking lot before I started.
Overall I enjoyed hiking near the Crow River but the rest of the trails were not that great. This is a newer park and has lot of long-term potential so I am sure it will get better.
4 based on 9 reviews
This is a very nice course. I've golfed here more than once. The course is well maintained and kept. Some of the holes have very narrow fairways on the main course. It's a good course and worth a try....
4.5 based on 37 reviews
WhirlyBall is a combination of basketball, hockey, and lacrosse played in bumper-cars! This venue has 2 WhirlyBall courts, a 4,000 foot multi-level laser-tag arena, pool, darts, and a full restaurant & bar with 17 beers on draft.
Fun team event here last week. We had 4 teams and played a tournament, Although my team didn't win. it was so much fun. We also ate there. They have gluten free pizza if you need it. full bar and lots of fun
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