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Upcoming Events

Dec. 10 | Silverwood
Explore the simple beauty of nature and the joy of art making in these sessions designed for people living with memory loss and their care partners.

Nov. 25-Dec. 21 | Eastman
View photos taken this year by visitors from all over Three Rivers Park District. Stop by to view photos in Eastman's front windows, or view images on our Facebook page.

Nov. 25-Jan. 10 | The Landing
Take a self-guided journey into the past at The Landing. Peek into the windows and see how the many cultures of Minnesota, past and present, celebrate the holiday season. Interpretive signs help guide your visit.

The SnowSports Academy offers private, semi-private or public skiing, snowboarding and Telemarking lessons for all ages and abilities. Registration is for public and private lessons is now open.

Browse the full list of programs, and find your next adventure. Registration for December programs is open!

See all Three Rivers COVID-19 updates.

From archery ranges to horseback riding trails and more, see what's open, what's closed and what requires a pass in Three Rivers.

The Wandering Naturalist

Episodes 72–74: At-Risk and Vulnerable Species

Listen in as Brandon and Angela speak with a variety of guests about at-risk and vulnerable wildlife in Minnesota and the Twin Cities.

The Three Rivers Blog

November 30, 2020

Regal fritillary butterflies have sharply declined in population and are listed as a species of special concern in Minnesota. Learn how and why they are thriving at Crow-Hassan Park Reserve. 

November 16, 2020

One Three Rivers enthusiast challenged herself to ride 140 miles in three days between all seven of the Three Rivers park reserves. Read all about why she did it, how it went and how it felt to complete this journey.

November 09, 2020

Red-headed woodpeckers are striking birds that we think could thrive in Three Rivers — but right now we don't have many. Learn what we're doing to investigate why this might be and how we hope to attract them to our parks.