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11/16/14 3:28 P

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The first place that came to mind was Rosedale Center. But, I'm guessing you're already familiar with that mall. There's also Harmar Mall, which can be pretty empty, if you don't want a crowd. I'm in Minneapolis, so I don't personally know of a lot of Roseville spots. I saw that the Roseville Skating Center offers a free indoor walking track. Per the web site, the track is located around the indoor ice arena. Seven laps around the track is equal to one mile. The track is covered with a rubber surface to minimize the stress on the body during exercise.
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I belong to LA Fitness, which I really like because it's cheap and gets the job done. And, the one by my house is the Richfield location, which I think is the newest in the Twin Cities. I've never been to the Roseville location, but there is one right on the NE corner of 36 and 35W (I believe).



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11/3/14 8:54 P

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Hi, I've lived in Mpls most of my life. i recently moved to Roseville and was wondering where are some good walking trails or since it's getting too cold, some INDOOR things to do that are cheap or free.

Also if anyone knows any good deals on gyms or discounts on anything in the area that info would be helpful :)) thank you!

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