About the Community of Minnetonka
Located on the borders of Lake Minnetonka, Minnetonka is the state's 14th largest city yet it still seems cozy and quaint. Offering home buyers plenty of character, Minnetonka is one of the metro area's older suburbs, --where there's plenty of lakeshore, and opulence. With heavily wooded neighborhoods, and the city of Minnetonka's dedication to preserving the natural landscape, you can't find a nicer community in the Twin City metro area. Home to a number of single and multiple family residential dwellings with commercial, office, and industrial development, the community of Minnetonka has something to offer everyone.
Minnetonka is proud of its reputation as a city that preserves it natural resources – residents can enjoy;
- 42 community parks
- more than 40 miles of trails
- and more than 1,000 acres of public open space
- natural scenery that includes mature trees, wetlands and prairies.
- and finally, miles of running, biking and walking trails. These trails are part of the 40-mile Loop Trail Corridor System which has been planned, developed and maintained by the City.