Celebrate the official start of fall with 10% off on Sept. 22!
Sept. 17 & 24 | Gale Woods
Take a wagon ride through the park, meet the animals, explore a hay bale maze and relax around a fire.
The Three Rivers Blog
By: Steven Hogg
Managing wetland habitat is no easy task, but is necessary in stimulating plant growth, increasing animal and plant diversity, and controlling invasive species. Learn how Three Rivers Park District manages wetlands with drawdowns and explore some of the specific goals in managing this special habitat.
By: Tyler Thompson
While dryland training is commonly used to prepare for winter sports, anyone can benefit from it. Learn what dryland training means and what kinds of exercises you can incorporate into your visit to the parks.
This year has presented unique challenges for educators around the world. Learn how one of our environmental educators adapted to teaching in the pandemic and what new strategies she used to benefit her students.
Deer hunts will take place in the parks this fall. See the full schedule and learn more about safety practices during hunts.
Three Rivers Park District is beginning the master planning process for future development of the Diamond Lake Regional Trail, a new north-south trail through the western portion of Hennepin County. Please visit LetsTalkThreeRivers.org for more information about the master plan and to provide feedback about potential routes for the trail.