Twin Lakes Boat Access

Three Rivers Park District owns and operates the boat launch on the western shore of Lower Twin Lake in Robbinsdale. The launch serves Lower Twin Lake and a channel under Hwy. 100, allowing boaters to access Middle Twin Lake.

Interactive Map of Twin Lakes Boat Access

No-Wake Restriction

There is a temporary, lake-wide no-wake restriction in effect on Twin Lake due to high water levels. Please visit the City of Robbinsdale's website for updates and more information.

Things to do

Boat Launch

Boating

Man launching a boat

84 acres of water

The launch serves Lower Twin Lake and a channel under Hwy 100, allowing boaters to access Middle Twin Lake. The parking lot provides for nine vehicles with boat trailers. A pass is required to park boat trailers at Three Rivers Park District boat launches from April 1 through Nov. 30.

Paddling

Paddling

Kayaker on the lake

The launch serves Lower Twin Lake and a channel under Hwy. 100, allowing paddlers to access Middle Twin Lake. The parking lot provides for nine vehicles with boat trailers. A pass is required to park boat trailers at Three Rivers Park District boat launches from April 1 through Nov. 30. 

Need a boat? Rent a tandem kayak, single kayak or stand-up paddleboard from the iPaddlePort equipment-sharing station.

Twin Lakes Paddle Share

No boat? No problem! Rent a tandem kayak, single kayak or stand-up paddleboard from the iPaddlePort equipment-sharing station at Twin Lakes Boat Launch. Take a look at safety tips and FAQs before reserving your equipment.

Boat Trailer Parking Passes

The parking lot provides for nine vehicles with boat trailers. A daily or annual pass is required to park boat trailers at Three Rivers Park District boat launches.

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