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Lebanon Hills Regional Park, Eagan

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  • In case you are a nature lover and would like to run, walk, ride a horse or skate this is a great place to be there especially, during the mornings. We went out for almost a two-hour walk when we coul...  more »
  • Beautiful park in Dakota County. Wildlife everywhere -- nice paths for walking, hiking, horse back riding.  more »
  • This is a large, beautiful park. It has great fishing, wonderful hiking and ski trails, and many mosquitoes and bugs. Not a place to see wildlife other than the occasional squirrel, but great for hiki...  more »
  • Every where you go in this park you will see somthing new. From fairy trees, to painted rocks. Add to them or just enjoy them. Plan on a minimum of an hour when going. Well marked trails for ease in finding where you are or where you are going
  • Beautiful views and nice trails for being so close to MSP! A nice escape. Wear hiking boots and bring a snack as there are a lot of trails and it's fun to get lost.
  • Love this Park within the city, hiking trail, lake or you can rent canoe etc. there is a picnic , swimming , fishing and hiking area, they did a lot of improvement of this park especially the winding wood walkway trail very nice!
  • Huge, lots of trails, amenities, an elaborate map system, multiple lakes, stocked fire pits, canoe rentals, and the list goes on and on. Did I say huge? The experience here exceeds most state parks that you have to pay for - but this being a regional park is a FREE experience. Easily one of the top 5 parks in the Twin Cities.
  • Great park for walking/running. Also had one of the best mountain bike trails around.