MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Trust for Public Land released its annual rankings Wednesday morning. After 6 straight years on top, Minneapolis fell to third this year.

Washington, D.C. took over the top spot on the list. D.C. had a slightly higher percentage of residents that lived within a 10 minute walk of a park.

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While Minneapolis scored perfectly in the investment category and nearly perfect in access, the city scored lower in the acreage and amenities.

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St. Paul, however, held strong in second place.

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Check out the full ranking here.