Oct. 27 | Hyland
Test your mental and physical toughness in an epic adventure race for buddy pairs! Solve problems, conquer obstacles, and have your resilience challenged on a 2.5-mile nature trail course.
Oct. 19-Nov. 1 | Multiple Locations
Dress up in costume, play games, carve a pumpkin and more at one of Three Rivers' Halloween events. Find one that interests you!
Fall is the perfect time to explore the outdoors. Celebrate the season with us! Discover what's happening in nature, track fall color updates, explore fall recipes, and more. Don't forget to tag your Instagram photos with #ThreeRiversFall to enter our fall colors photo contest!
The Three Rivers Blog
By: Three Rivers Staff
Fall is the perfect time for hiking, and Three Rivers has endless options. From half-mile walks with lake views to more challenging hikes through maple forests, read on to see our staff picks for best fall hikes.
By: Monica Rauchwarter
Spiders are one of the most feared animals around, but they are important parts of their ecosystems. Learn all about these special creatures and find out the facts behind some of those myths that make them so scary.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) named Laura Patrick, of Three Rivers Park District, the 2019 Midwest Section Teacher of the Year.
The Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail received the national Innovation in Park Design Award at the 2019 National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Annual Conference in Baltimore on Sept. 25.
Three Rivers Park District will conduct scheduled deer hunts this fall to keep deer herds in balance with available habitat.
Three Rivers Park District is partnering with the American Swedish Institute (ASI), the Minneapolis-Uppsala Friendship Committee, and Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board to host five Swedish delegates for the first-ever Outdoor Educators and Nature Interpreters Exchange Program (OENIE) September 11-18.
The design for the Carver singletrack trail was finalized, and construction started the first week of September.