Picture showing a little library in an Eagan parkHas an oversized "birdhouse" popped up in your neighborhood? These tiny wooden houses are actually Little Free Libraries. A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. Eagan has 22 registered Little Free Libraries in our Eagan Parks. The most unique part of our Little Library units are that they were designed and built by our own staff, using scrap materials from past park projects. Check out one of the Little Free Libraries in a park near you. Anyone may take a book home to read or drop off another for someone else to enjoy.

  • Lexington Park (1036 McKee Street)
  • Wescott Station (3662 Ridgewood Drive)
  • Highview Park (1435 Skyline Road)
  • Bridle Ridge (3990 Elrene Road)
  • Slater Acres Park (2181 James St)
  • Quarry Park (3340 Coachman Road)
  • Sky Hill Park (3590 Blue Cross Road)
  • Ridgecliff Park (1750 Clovington Lane)
  • Patrick Eagan Park (3995 Lexington Ave)
  • Northview Park (980 Northview Park Road)
  • Wescott Commons Park (900 Wescott Trail)
  • Bur Oaks Park (3421 Rolling Hills Drive)
  • Rahn Park (4425 Sandstone Drive)
  • Peridot Path Park (1790 Turquoise Trail)
  • Evergreen Park (4359 Lodgepole Drive)
  • Moonshine Park (1317 Jurdy Road)
  • Caponi Art Park (1205 Diffley Road)
  • Blackhawk Park (1629 Murphy Parkway)
  • Fish Lake Park (3699 Denmark Avenue)
  • Heine Pond Park (4245 Heine Court)
  • Thomas Lake Park (4425 Pilot Knob Road)
  • Trapp Farm Park (841 Wildernus Run Road)

The most unique part of our Little Library units are that they were designed and built by our own staff, using scrap materials from past park projects.

Check out one of the Little Free Libraries in a park near you—anyone may take a book home to read or drop off another for someone else to enjoy.

Picture of little library

Visit our Parkfinder map for directions.