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10 Summery Outdoor Date Ideas

By: Mary Christine Kane

August 23, 2021

Summer isn't over yet! Grab a date or a friend and find a new outdoor adventure in Three Rivers.

How To Go Stand-Up Paddleboarding

By: Brent Hennen

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.

Nature Rx: Silverwood's Forest Bathing Trail

By: Mary Christine Kane

May 24, 2021

Explore the new self-guided, forest bathing trail at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, and discover how you can unplug and experience a meaningful and therapeutic immersion into nature.

5 Ways to Practice Mindfulness in Nature

By: Alyssa Schauer

March 03, 2021

Learn ways to be mindful in nature and discover how you can connect with the natural world in everyday life.

How to Dress for Winter Weather

By: Erin Korsmo

January 25, 2021

Learn how to stay warm this winter with these basic tips and enjoy being outside with the right clothes no matter what the thermometer says.

Best Trails for Winter Hiking

By: Erin Korsmo

January 13, 2021

With over 100 miles of winter hiking trails, we've got you covered for your next outdoor adventure! Read on to see some of our favorite short, mid-length and long hikes in Three Rivers.

Fun at Home: New Year's Boba Tea Bar

By: Annabella Lau

December 28, 2020

Celebrate the New Year with an at-home boba (bubble) tea bar! Check out this guide for beginners and find recipes, tips and more to make your own boba tea bar this weekend.

Dryland Training: A New Way To Work Out In The Parks

By: Tyler Thompson

September 07, 2020

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. 

5 Ways to Cook Over a Campfire

By: Patty Riley

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.

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