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Upcoming Events

May 15 | Elm Creek
Try adapted off-road handcycles on the 2.2-mile adapted trail at Elm Creek! Learn about lessons, races and a riding club.

Ongoing | Multiple Locations
Go for a guided canoe on a serene lake or learn the essentials of kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding.

May 23 | Fish Lake
Try out adapted mountain bikes, kayaks, archery equipment and geocaching! 

Find adventure outside this summer at Three Rivers! Camps are available on topics including nature exploration, outdoor recreation, golf, fishing, farming, art and Minnesota history. Registration is open.

Golf Academy registration is open! Choose from public and private lessons, clinics and camps, and more. Offerings are available for youth and adults of all skill levels.

Browse the full list of programs, and find your next adventure.

See all Three Rivers COVID-19 updates.

The Wandering Naturalist

Episodes 86-89: Coffee for Birds

Listen in to learn all about how the coffee you drink affects migratory birds that call Minnesota home in the summer. Hear from coffee farmers, local roasters and others, and learn how to tell if your coffee supports birds.

The Three Rivers Blog

Gardening with Native Plants

By: Angela Grill

May 10, 2021

There are many benefits of gardening with plants native to Minnesota, including being better for the environment and saving time and money on maintenance. Read on to explore some of the perks of growing native plants and how to get started at home.

Drinking Coffee For Birds

By: Brandon Baker

May 05, 2021

Did you know that coffee farms can have major impacts on migrating birds? Learn how coffee production affects birds and how you can help make a difference with the coffee you drink.

April 28, 2021

Camping can offer new ways to connect to nature, but there is recognizable privilege in being able to do it. Learn how our Community Engagement team worked with community partners and other staff members to establish a Camping Gear Lending Library and offer introductory camping experiences to interested groups.