Roseville, Minnesota

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2013 Best Small Towns in America

Contest ends:  September 3, 2013

387 Votes - "Best For Food"
3 Votes - "Most Beautiful"
2 Votes - "Best for Geocaching"
1 Votes - "Friendliest"
1 Votes - "Most Fun"
I think the happy hour at The Flame can't be beat!
Reviewed by bwearn
on August 1, 2013
Roseville is one the few places that can feel like such a big city, yet is a fabulous small town. Roseville offers all the comforts of a metropolis: a shopping mall, restaurants, grocery stores, chain restaurants and more. What sets Roseville apart from a big city though, is the small town feel. Located just outside the Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Roseville is a great escape for those looking for something more quaint. The area hotels offer free parking, shuttle services, friendly staff, and quiet, clean accommodations. If you are in the area for a Twins, Vikings, or Wild game, business, or even simply leisure, be sure to stay in Roseville!
Reviewed by RosevilleVisitorsAssoc
on July 18, 2013
The City of Roseville is “Perfectly Positioned” to the north of Minneapolis and Saint Paul and just minutes from Bloomington, home of the Mall of America. The vibrant downtowns are at our doorstep, making us the ideal connection to the sites and experiences offered by the Twin Cities. Visitors will encounter a community of shopping excitement, fine dining, plus a broad spectrum of hotels, which include a lower lodging tax rate and complimentary hotel parking. Roseville is home to an award winning parks and recreation system. Roseville residents are proud of the 30 parks, 679 acres of parkland and open space, 67 miles of trails and walkways found in their backyard, in their neighborhood, in their community. The Roseville Parks system offers more than 1000 programs and events annually!The Roseville Skating Center is a unique community facility ... an indoor ice arena, The Guidant John Rose Minnesota Oval; North America's largest sheet of refrigerated ice, outdoor Skate Park and multi-purpose banquet/meeting facility. The city of Roseville has emerged as one of the top hub and spoke destinations forindividuals visiting Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Located just 10 minutes north of both major downtowns and surrounded by a wide array of colleges, universities, theaters and the largest fairgrounds in the Midwest, Roseville is the ideal location to stay when coming to theTwin Cities. This first-ring suburb of 33,690 offers a variety of hotel accommodations, beautifulparks, upscale shopping, nationally known restaurants and a world class speed skating facility.The Roseville Visitors Association (RVA) marketing efforts and strategies contribute to Roseville’s economic growth and awareness of the community on a regional, national andinternational level.
Reviewed by katyjo7
on June 4, 2012
What I like about Roseville is how many things are happening here! Between GREAT shopping, the State Fairgrounds, and all the local colleges and universities hosting a lot of different cultural events, there's always something fun and interesting going on! Close to the Twin Cities; both great theater towns. Just a lot happening!
Reviewed by rva
on May 24, 2012
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