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Elm Creek Park Reserve, Maple Grove

#39 of 189 in Parks in Minnesota
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  • It may be a great park but the people who hold events with loudspeakers & music turnedup are totally disrespectful to the people who live in this area. No consideration. That we might want to enjoy ou...  more »
  • a very nice par and nature preserve. Lots of green space and a good bit of natural beauty as well. Lots of areas to relax and to hike, trail and bike too.  more »
  • this park has a lot going on. spring/summer/fall there is hiking, biking, swimming beach, playground, a nature area, and a group camp area. in the winter there is tubing, sliding, cross country skiing...  more »
  • Went to the dog park portion of the park. Love the set up! Completely fenced in with another fenced area inside around a pond, so owners have the choice whether to allow their dogs to play in water. Lots of space to run and explore and very nice, well maintained walking trails for the humans too! Annual pass for dog permit is only $40, which is very affordable. Will definitely be coming back!
  • Beautiful park with well groomed trails. I have biked, walked and used the disc golf here. The disc golf course has long holes and I would recommend this course to those with more experience due to the length of the course, the long grass and trees that line the greens and fare ways.
  • Gorgeous park. Great for biking on paved trails or looking for single track. Get an out in the country experience without really leaving the cities. If biking be prepared has larger hills than most other paths in the area. Hiking is great as well. The dog park is very well maintained, has a small dog area and the pond is gated. Nature center is fantastic, redone recently. Has frolf and great playground as well for kids.
  • Beautiful park to run through! We were here visiting and did our 20-mile run on the Medicine Lake Regional Trail. I would have liked to see a few more restrooms/water stops along the way, but no complaints otherwise!
  • One of the best single track mountain bike trails is the state. 10 mile plus, one way loop. Some advance features mixed in. Get your bike and go get you some.