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Baker Park Reserve, Baker Park Road, Maple Plain, MN, USA
Bryant Lake Regional Park, Rowland Road, Eden Prairie, MN, USA
Carver Park Reserve, Grimm Road, Victoria, MN, USA
Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park, Juniper Avenue, New Prague, MN, USA
Cleary Lake Regional Park, Texas Ave, Prior Lake, MN, USA
Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, Park Drive, Hanover, MN, USA
Eagle Lake Regional Park, Bass Lake Road, Plymouth, MN, USA
Elm Creek Park Reserve, James Deane Parkway, Maple Grove, MN, USA
Fish Lake Regional Park, Bass Lake Road, Maple Grove, MN, USA
Clifton E. French Regional Park, Rockford Rd, Plymouth, MN, USA
Gale Woods Farm, County Road 110 West, Minnetrista, MN, USA
Glen Lake Golf Course, County Road 62, Minnetonka, MN, USA
Hyland Lake Park Reserve, East Bush Lake Road, Bloomington, MN, USA
Kingswood Park, Kingswood Road, Minnetrista, MN, USA
The Landing—Minnesota River Heritage Park, County Road 101, Shakopee, MN, USA
Lake Minnetonka Regional Park, County Road 44, Minnetrista, MN, USA
Lake Rebecca Park Reserve, Rebecca Park Trail, Rockford, MN, USA
Mississippi Gateway Regional Park, West River Road, Brooklyn Park, MN, USA
Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve, Murphy Lake Boulevard, Savage, MN, USA
Noerenberg Memorial Gardens, Wayzata
Silverwood Park, County Road East, St Anthony, MN, USA
Spring Lake Regional Park, Howard Lake Road, Prior Lake, MN, USA
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The Three Rivers Park System is what replaced the Hennepin County Park System. While much of its region is still Hennepin County, it now manages some parks in other metro counties. It's mission is to "promote environmental stewardship through recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system. It encompasses over 27,000 acres of parks and trails and serves millions of visitors annually."

Three Rivers Park System
Noerenberg Gardens. Image Courtesy Three Rivers Park District

List of Three Rivers Parks

The parks managed by Three Rivers change from time to time. Three Rivers continues to acquire new parks and sometimes it helps manage parks for short times. For instance North Mississippi Regional Park used to be jointly managed by Three Rivers and Minneapolis, but eventually Minneapolis Parks took complete responsibility for that park. It currently works with the City of Robbinsdale to provide programming at Sochacki Park.

Recently, the Hennepin County Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park changed its name to Mississippi Gateway Regional Park to avoid confusion with the Anoka County park on the other side of the river with the same name.

Currently, Three Rivers manages the following parks. Click on the links to learn more about each park.

  1. Baker Park Reserve, Maple Plain
  2. Bryant Lake Regional Park, Eden Prairie
  3. Carver Park Reserve, Victoria
  4. Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park, New Prague
  5. Cleary Lake Regional Park, Prior Lake
  6. Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, Hanover
  7. Eagle Lake Regional Park, Plymouth
  8. Elm Creek Park Reserve, Maple Grove
  9. Fish Lake Regional Park, Maple Grove
  10. Clifton E. French Regional Park, Plymouth
  11. Gale Woods Farm, Minnetrista
  12. Glen Lake Golf and Practice Center, Minnetonka
  13. Hyland Lake Park Reserve, Bloomington
  14. Kingswood Park, Minnetrista
  15. The Landing - Minnesota River Heritage Park, Shakopee
  16. Lake Minnetonka Regional Park, Minnetrista
  17. Lake Rebecca Park Reserve, Rockford
  18. Mississippi Gateway Regional Park, Brooklyn Park
  19. Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve, Savage
  20. Noerenberg Memorial Gardens, Wayzata
  21. Silverwood Park, St. Anthony
  22. Spring Lake Regional Park, Prior Lake

Three Rivers Park System
Hyland Park in fall, courtesy Three Rivers Parks

Three Rivers Park System Fees

Parking is free at most Three Rivers Parks. It does require fees or passes for some activities, but scholarships are available. Register for Activities and Events Here.

Summer Camps at Three Rivers Parks

Many of the Parks in the Three Rivers System offer Summer Camps from June through August. Camps can be searched and signed up for Here. Find more summer camp ideas in our annual summer camp guide.

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