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.

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Bike Trail

Biking

Biker on paved trail

1 mile of trail

Eagle Lake has one mile of paved trail which connects to adjoining municipal trails.
 

Boat Launch

Boating

Three Rivers offers plenty of boating opportunities with over 30 lakes, rivers and streams. With lake access points and trailer parking sites, it’s easy to get the family out on the water to enjoy the ultimate Minnesota pastime.

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiier in falling snow

3.6 miles of trails

Trails for beginning to intermediate skiers. Ski through woods and meadows. Trails are multi-use and shared with skijourers and fat bikes. The Visitor Center is closed during the winter. A Three Rivers Cross-country annual or daily ski pass is required.
 

Dog Trails - On Leash

Dog Trails

Dog on a leash

1 mile of trail

Eagle Lake has one mile of paved trail for dog walking which connects to adjoining municipal trails. Dogs must be on a six-foot, non-retractable leash and owners must pick-up after their dog.
 

Fishing / Fishing Pier

Fishing

Child with fish

291 acres of water

An accessible fishing pier is located on Eagle Point off of 63rd Ave N. Anglers must have a valid Minnesota fishing license.

Geocaching

Geocaching

GPS units on table

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.

Golfing

Golfing

View of a fairway, golf club and ball

9 holes and 9 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.

Hiking

Hiking

Couple hiking on a wooded trail

1.8 miles of trails

Eagle Lake has one mile of paved trail which connects to adjoining municipal trails and an additional mile of unpaved trail for hiking.
 

Mountain Bike Trail

Mountain Biking

Woman riding fat bike on a snowy trail

1.7 miles of trail, closed

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.
 

Paddling

Paddling

Young boy kayaking on lake

290 acres of water

There is a carry-in launch for canoes and kayaks on Eagle Point off of 63rd Ave. N.
 

Picnic Area

Picnic Areas

Man grilling at park

Eagle Lake Point is a small quiet spot to enjoy a picnic. Access the picnic area off of 63rd Ave. N. A reservation picnic shelter is also available.

Skijoring and Dog Sledding

Skijoring & Dog Sledding

Skijourer with dog

1.6 miles of trails

Eagle Lake is a great place for skijoring on the multi-use trails through woods and meadows. A Three Rivers cross-country annual or daily ski pass is required.
 

Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing

Girl running with snowshoes on

1.5 miles of trails

Enjoy the crisp winter day snowshoeing at Eagle Lake. A short trail leads to an open area for off-trail exploration.
 

Programs and Events

Upcoming programs and event at Eagle Lake.

Rental Spaces

Reserve the beautiful Golfview facility for your next gathering or event.

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