Eagle Lake Winter Trailhead
In the winter, Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center transforms into the Eagle Lake Winter Trailhead. Make this your launching point for cross-country skiing, skijoring, snowshoeing and more.
Things To Do
3.6 miles of trails
At Eagle Lake, you'll find trails for beginning to intermediate skiers that take you through woods and meadows. Trails are multi-use and shared with skijorers and fat bikes. 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 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.
1.7 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.
Please note: In the winter, hiking is not permitted on cross-country ski trails unless otherwise noted.
0.2 miles of trails
Enjoy the crisp winter day snowshoeing at Eagle Lake. A short trail leads to an open area for off-trail exploration. Please note: Snowshoeing is not permitted on cross-country ski trails unless otherwise noted.
The Visitor Center is closed during the winter. There is no rental equipment available.
Cross-Country Ski Passes
Purchase your daily or annual ski pass online, or buy a daily pass from the trailhead pay box.
Ski Trail Conditions
Heading out to ski? Don't forget to check trail conditions.
Parking is available near the Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center clubhouse. For more information, please see the interactive map above.
For summer operations information, please visit the Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center page.