There's no shortage of places to walk or ride your bike in Camden. From Webber Park you can wander along a narrow swath of parkland that follows the Mississippi as far north as the city limits. Victory Memorial Drive is part of the Grand Round parkway and bike path circuit. The North Mississippi Regional Park in Lind-Bohanon provides the community's best access to the river.
There are several elementary schools within Camden's boundaries: Loring School (K-5), off Victory Memorial Drive in Victory neighborhood, is a magnet for Hmong bilingual students; Jenny Lind Community School is on Bryant Avenue North in Lind-Bohanon; and Shingle Creek Urban Environmental Center (K-5), at 50th and Oliver in the Shingle Creek neighborhood, describes itself as an earth-friendly school where students use the outdoors as an urban environmental laboratory. Civic projects intended to stabilize, revitalize and provide amenities for this community are uncertain because of what has been referred to as "the elephant sitting in the middle of the room," the Kondirator, which is a metal mill that shreds, compacts and separates metal scrap, appliances and car hulks. Residents are concerned about possible noise and air pollution and toxic runoff. For updated information about the Kondirator, check out Minneapolis' web site, www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/citywork.
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