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Upcoming Events

June 22 & 23 | Hyland Hills
Experience the glory of Mt. Everest without leaving the Twin Cities! Participate in well-being experiences, conquer Everest-like elements and hike your way to the summit on a special course. Open to ages 5 and up. 

Ongoing | Multiple Locations
Learn the basics of archery and give shooting a try!

Ongoing | Gale Woods
Visit the animals and explore the barn, gardens, greenhouses and pastures!

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.

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 90-92: Fishing

Listen in to learn all about the fish that live in Minnesota, how to go fishing, how fishing has changed over time in Hmong culture and more!

The Three Rivers Blog

June 14, 2021

When an invasive species isn't immediately eradicated, things can get tough to control. Learn about the most widespread invasive species in Three Rivers and how we and our wonderful volunteers manage them to protect our high-quality forests.

June 07, 2021

Discover the origins and evolution of stand-up paddleboarding and watch two videos to learn how to do this popular watersport.

5 Places to Fish From Shore

By: Erin Korsmo

May 31, 2021

Fishing is a great way to connect with nature, the outdoors, family and friends. If you are new to the sport, we have several locations in Three Rivers where you can test the waters — no boat required! Read on for a list of our favorite spots on land and what kind of fish you might catch while you’re there.