Aug. 14 & 15 | Elm Creek
Go on an 8-mile, self-guided nature ride on paved trails with the whole family! Stop at special sites along the way to complete your challenge. After your ride, compete in running and swimming events.
Ongoing | Multiple Locations
Go for a guided morning canoe on a serene lake, learn the essentials of kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, and more!
The Three Rivers Blog
By: John Moriarty
Canada geese are in no short supply today, but it wasn't always this way. Read on to learn how they came to be so plentiful after once being rare to see in the metro area.
By: Paul Kortebein
Cottonwood trees may be best known for making it look like it's snowing in June, but there's more to these giants than their annual seed dispersal. Read on to learn all about these native trees and how they fit into Minnesota's environment.
By: John Moriarty
Trumpeter swans once nested throughout Minnesota, but were eliminated by early settlers who hunted them for feathers and food. Learn what it took to restore their populations and explore current efforts in managing trumpeters today.
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.
Review all campground operational updates.
Learn what's happening at Three Rivers this summer.
Registration for June programs opens June 5! See the full list of programs.
We are pleased to say that most of our golf lessons and leagues will happen as scheduled but with modifications.