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Things to do

Mjøsparken offers activities for visitors of all ages: a basket ball court, a large skating facility, a playground with a zipline, and a lovely beach which must be experienced. The park also has a petanque court and a beautiful sensory garden. Or perhaps you would prefer a stroll along the Mjøspromenade, or maybe board the passenger ship Skibladner – the world’s oldest paddle steamer still in timetabled service?    

Skatepark Ringsaker Mjøsparken

Skating area

The skating area covers 1.100 square metres, as well as a separate area of 250 square metres for younger children.  

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Sand volleyball

The sand volleyball course is available for anyone who want to play volleyball. Bring your own volleyball. The course has seating for an audience, so feel free to bring your friends or family to cheer you on! 

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Gutt bader

The city beach

The city beach has the quality of a little lagoon at the Mjøsa lakeside. On the beach you can enjoy the sun from the morning until sunset.  

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Wood hotel og Mjøsparken

Wood Hotel – Mjøstårnet

The world’s tallest wood building, Mjøstårnet, is situated right next to Mjøsparken. The high-rise was built by local businessman Arthur Buchardt, has 18 stories and a total height of 85,4 metres. 

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Minigolf i Mjøsparken

Miniature golf

The miniature golf course consists of 12 courses, all decorated with popular figures from the universe of the famous Ringsaker-author Alf Prøysen. Large pots abounding with flowers surround the miniature golf area, creating a fun and colourful arena. 

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Mjøsas hvite svane ved Skibladnerbrygga i Mjøsparken


Skibladner is the world’s oldest paddle steamer in timetabled service and one of Norway’s best-loved attractions, being 167 years old in August 2023. She is still powered by her steam engines from 1888 and offers a uniquely authentic experience of steamship travel in the 1800s.  

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Barn som leker


The playground in Mjøsparken is filled with fun activities for our youngest visitors. The playground was donated by the Brumunddal chapter of Lions Club.  

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Elvepromenaden Brumunddal

The river promenade

The river promenade connects the lake Mjøsa and Mjøsparken with the city centre of Brumunddal. The walk along the river Brumunda is pleasant and easily accessible. The promenade is paved, well suited for wheelchairs and designed with spots for fishing and several seating arrangements.  

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Basketball Mjøsparken


The basket court covers 1.070 square metres, and has four baskets. In other words, it is set up as two courts which can also be split into four courts for street basket where only one basket is used. 

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Bordtennis Mjøsparken

Table tennis

The stationary table which can be found next to the basket court can be used freely. Bring your own ball and rackets and have yourself a match! 

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