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Upcoming Events

July 14 & 15 | 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 7 and up. 

July 25 | Silverwood
Stop by the park or tune in on Facebook or Instagram for a life-sized gaming experience and a concert by Wealthy Relative! 

Ongoing | Multiple Locations
Go on an adventure with your child! Explore art, build forts, learn about dinosaurs and more!

See all Three Rivers COVID-19 updates.

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

Through social media, we're bringing the outdoors to you! Tune in to explore nature, meet farm animals, try new art projects and more.

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

Choose from public and private lessons, camps, clinics and schools for adults and kids of all skill levels. 

The Wandering Naturalist

Episodes 57–59: Farming

Learn about agriculture in Minnesota from the past to the future. Hear from a Seneca Elder, learn about the origins of the dairy industry in the Midwest, and listen as Gale Woods Farm staff discuss the future of farming.

The Three Rivers Blog

June 30, 2020

Fourth of July weekend is almost here! Whether you are going camping, staying in a cabin or planning an adventure at home in your own backyard, try one of these basic campfire cooking techniques and recipes for a tasty meal.

June 22, 2020

The carrot family of plants is broader than just the orange roots we eat. Learn what makes a carrot a carrot, how to identify plants in the carrot family and which ones to avoid at all costs.

June 15, 2020

Learn all about Minnesota's largest turtle, from the long list of things they eat to the huge number of eggs they can lay at once to what you can do to help protect them.

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