Where Nature Meets the Twin Cities
Convenient lodging options for Minneapolis or Saint Paul area attractions, Lakeville is located just minutes from the Mall of America, Nickelodeon Universe, MN Zoo, Canterbury Park, Mystic Lake Casino, Treasure Island Casino and Valleyfair Amusement Park. Within the city limits are hotels with friendly, accommodating and courteous staffs so choose from the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites, Hampton Inn, Quality Inn, Baymontm by Wyndham, Candlewood Suites, and Motel 6.
The Great Outdoors
- 5 beautiful lakes with 3 public swimming beaches, 2 public boat launches perfect for boating, fishing, swimming or simply relaxing.
- 47 expansive parks, 70 ball fields, 30 soccer fields, and 26 playgrounds, 25 miles of pedestrian and bicycle trails, access to cross-country ski, equestrian (horseback), and snowmobile trails. Includes 340 acre Ritter Farm Park nature preserve and 2700 acre Murphy Hanrehan Park reserve.
- 4 champion golf courses and 6 more with-in a 20 minute drive.
Find Yourself in Lakeville
The ideal combination of historic charm and modern convenience, Lakeville is a thriving city comprised of family-oriented neighborhoods, vibrant businesses, and successful community partnerships. Working together, education, commerce, and local government have built a dynamic city offering a wide-array of shopping, housing, and business development opportunities.
Lakeville Minnesota is conveniently located off Interstate 35, just 20 minutes south of MSP International Airport and the Twin Cities.
Airlake Airport (LVN) is a public use airport in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. The airport is located in the Twin Cities suburb of Lakeville. Owned by the Metropolitan Airports Commission, It is approximately 20 miles south of both downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul.
Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport is nestled between the cities of Minneapolis, St. Paul and the suburban of Bloomington approximately 20 minutes from your Lakeville hotel . MSP has one airfield with four runways and two terminal buildings – Terminal 1-Lindbergh at 4300 Glumack Drive, and Terminal 2-Humphrey at 7150 Humphrey Drive – each with adjoining parking ramp facilities. Travelers can transfer from one terminal to the other using the light-rail transit service as there is not a pedestrian crossing between the buildings.