Eagle Lake Regional Park
Located on the border of Plymouth and Maple Grove, the 230-acre Eagle Lake Regional Park features recreational opportunities such as biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, skijoring and snowshoeing. The park is also home to the popular Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center. There's something for everyone who loves spending time outdoors.
Pavement rehabilitation and accessibility improvements
Construction work on paved surfaces at Eagle Lake Regional Park and Golf Center is currently taking place and will continue through October.
The project includes repaving of the parking lots and entrance road at the park. Accessibility improvements also will be made, including replacement of the concrete plaza areas, modifications to provide accessible routes from the parking lot to the golf clubhouse and driving range, and improvements to increase accessibility of parking stalls. The paved trail through Eagle Lake Regional Park (the future Eagle Lake Regional Trail) will be reconstructed; the trail will be closed while work is taking place and trail users should use alternate routes. Trail work is anticipated to occur between Sept. 5 and 29.
The golf courses will remain open during the project through Oct. 8, and construction will take place in stages to allow for access to the golf courses and driving range. View a map of where and when work is expected to take place.
Things To Do
3.6 miles of trails
Eagle Lake offers trails for beginner to intermediate skiers. Ski through woods and meadows. Trails are multi-use and shared with skijorers and fat bikes. The visitor center is closed during the winter. A Three Rivers cross-country annual or daily ski pass is required. Check trail conditions before heading out.
1.8 miles of trails
Eagle Lake has 1.8 miles of paved and turf trails for dog walking. The paved trail connects to adjoining municipal trails. Dogs must be on a six-foot, non-retractable leash and owners must pick up after their dog.
Geocaching is a family-friendly, high-tech treasure hunt that combines respect for the environment with a sense of adventure. This activity involves placing or looking for a cache using global positioning system (GPS) equipment.
Nine holes and nine holes
Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center's facilities include a nine-hole course, par–31 Eagle Course; a nine-hole, lighted, par–27 pitch-and-putt Birdie Course; a 40–station, lighted, natural-turf practice range; and practice/lesson areas. With the 18-hole miniature golf course and foot golf, Eagle offers golf for everyone.
1.7 miles of trails
During the winter only, fat tire mountain bikes are allowed on the multi-use trails through woods and meadows. A cross-country annual or daily ski pass is required. Click below to check trail conditions and learn more about mountain biking in Three Rivers.
Reserve the beautiful Golfview facility for your next gathering or event.