Beautiful!

Really nice ride!

My wife and I also hike this urban park frequently along with Carver. Great diversity of trails including a Savannah.

hard bike ride on a windy day rehabbing an ankle, but lovely!

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hiking
6 months ago

Some photos here... http://bit.ly/1TGbqlg

Overall this is a great trail for long hikes. An easy 10+ mile hike. Watch out for ticks. There is a playground and a man made swimming pond at the park.

this trail was super fun to bike.

It was a great hike!

Longboarding around the trail is so relaxing. The pavement is nice and smooth for cruising.

Really nice, well maintained paved trails and a really nice single track system... Lots of fun!

hiking
1 year ago

me and my dog love this place

hiking
1 year ago

Me and my dog love this place.

hiking
1 year ago

I always come hiking here with my dog and she loves the new smell's she finds.

Probably because it's early season and nothing is grown in, but I wasn't very inspired. Not a whole lot to look at. Always better to be outside rather than inside though.

One of my favorite parks in the Twin Cities for it's variety of activities. You can trail bike up to 20 or more miles with the long paved loops with lots of scenery, walk/hike numerous distances on either paved or horse trails, see prairie, woodland, marsh and lake areas, snowshoe, cross-country ski (lighted) and tube in the winter.

My personal favorite is making an 8 mile loop hike on the hiking/horse trails in the north end of the park - lots of variety of landscape, good views and plenty of chances to see wildlife.

snowshoeing
2 years ago

it's a great place for snowshoeing.

This was a great hike with a decent amount of elevation change & different scenery. I don't want to give this 5 stars for one reason, and this reason probably rings true for Three Rivers Parks in general. Adequate trail signs. There were at least three occasions where I wasn't sure which direction to go, and from reading other reviews, it seems I'm not the only one who seemed to get a little lost. I come from Orange County, CA where our park trails are named and labeled on signs & trail maps. It is nearly impossible to get lost when trails are named. Maybe this is something that should be looked into. I know it wouldn't be a cheap venture, but I also know it would please a lot of people who enjoy the parks.

mountain biking
2 years ago

I went here for my first time out and I was impressed. as the guy above said, I did get lost, but found my way out with minimal issues. everyone I came across was real friendly. and this grizzland area definitely had things that I was not willing to try on my first time out. the intermediate trail was just enough to leave me exhausted, add in grizzland, and I was exhausted at the end!

mountain biking
3 years ago

Elm is creek is one of the best free places in the state in my opinion, all the trails are super fun. They have something for everyone. If your into technical stuff, grizzland is the perfect place, if you like riding fast, and taking it easy, they have medium and easy trails too, good for people of all skill levels.

mountain biking
3 years ago

One of the better trails in the area. Long many trails. Could get lost if you don't know where your going. Grizzland is fun but not hard. Speed is good not fast. Not a lot of climbs. Overall good