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Top 5: Fall Instagram Worthy Spots in Roseville

MN, Roseville, Top 5, Twin Cities

Fall in Minnesota is a site to see with the burnt orange and bright yellow leaves in the trees and slowly falling to the ground, covering our parks and streets. We know the spots where you can capture the cozy vibe of fall with our list of the Top 5 Fall Instagram Worthy Spots in Roseville and the Twin Cities.

J. Arthur’s Coffee | Roseville

Photo via: @JArthursCoffee

Photo via: @JArthursCoffee

We know this may be cliche of us to post a picture of a delicious coffee drink but can you blame us? Look how awesome this drink looks at J. Arthur’s Coffee! Also, they have pumpkin spice latte biscotti [pictured above]. They definitely have you covered on fall flavor favorites! Another great spot for warm drinks, The Grateful Table!


Langton Lake Park | Roseville

Photo via: @amandafaithsode

Photo via: @amandafaithsode

Walk along the path surrounding Langton Lake and you’ll fall [no pun intended] in love with Minnesota’s fall colors. The scenic path is a little over 1 mile long, making it a perfect afternoon or early evening walk to end the day in nature.


University of Northwestern – St. Paul | Roseville

Photo via: @statenevens

Photo via: @statenevens

Located on the shore of beautiful Lake Johanna, the University of Northwestern – St. Paul is tucked away, surrounded by trees and nature. When walking the campus you feel like you’re in northern Minnesota instead you’re only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Minneapolis & St. Paul.


Harriet Alexander Nature Center | Roseville

Photo via: @chailajo

Photo via: @chailajo

Nestled within the borders of Roseville‚Äôs Central Park, the Harriet Alexander Nature Center’s grounds offer the public a boardwalk and trails that circulate through 52 acres of marsh, prairie and forest habitats. There’s no better place to get all of your outdoor fall favorites in one spot.


Central Park | Roseville

Central Park

In the heart of Roseville you will find Central Park, Roseville’s largest park. Take a leisure walk or bike ride around Bennett Lake and don’t forget to stop to see the lakeside waterfall, which makes for a great spot for some photos during any season.


Saint Paul Farmers Market | Saint Paul

Photo via: @mrs_leatherworksmn

Photo via: @mrs_leatherworksmn


TCF Bank Stadium | Minneapolis

Photo via: @khoffer91

Photo via: @khoffer91


Twin Cities Harvest Festival & Maze | Brooklyn Park

Photo via: @blute06

Photo via: @blute06


Padelford Riverboats | Saint Paul

Photo via: @mnoutdoorphotography

Photo via: @mnoutdoorphotography


Lake Nokomis | Minneapolis

Photo via: @sleethayer

Photo via: @sleethayer