At 4,900 acres, Elm Creek Park Reserve is the largest of Three Rivers' parks. This park features amenities for almost every outdoor activity, including the Winter Recreation Area, Eastman Nature Center, miles of hiking and biking trails, a swimming pond, and much more. Elm Creek is also home to a variety of wildlife such as eagles, sandhill cranes, deer, bluebirds, beavers, loons, Trumpeter Swans and hawks.
We take great care to preserve the natural beauty of this park through the efforts of our Natural Resources division. Volunteers are an important part of this work. Please contact us for opportunities in this or a variety of other volunteer-based roles.
Two 12’x16’ cabins, located in a semi-remote area of Elm Creek Park Reserve. Each cabin features a screened-in porch, table, benches and wooden bunk beds with mattresses. Equipped with electricity, heat, overhead lighting, ceiling fans and outlets. Outside of each cabin is a fire ring and picnic table. Located near a drinking fountain and water spigot the cabins do not have flush toilets or shower facilities. One cabin is accessible for people with disabilities and sleeps five; the second cabin sleeps six. View a map of the camper cabins.
The cabins are $60 per night, plus a $7.50 reservation fee. Available seasonally; call 763.559.6700 for more information. Reservations for camper cabins open Monday, March 9.
Places within Elm Creek
Trails that connect to Elm Creek