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Carver County Parks

What's New!

   LAKE MINNEWASHTA PARK - ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATES    

Docks and Piers have been removed for the 2014 season

Minnewashta Park Off-leash Dog Park will be CLOSED 10/27-10/31

NEW - Private Group Programming! (Scout groups, Corporate groups, Family events etc.)
NEW - Online Program Guide for Outdoor Recreation, Day Camps & Events!

Visit the Construction Project page for information about park and trail construction projects taking place at any of the Carver County Parks and Trails facilities.

Welcome to the web site of Carver County Parks. Carver County operates the parks of Baylor Regional Park, Lake Minnewashta Regional Park and Lake Waconia Regional Park. Each park is a natural resource based recreation area situated on the lakes of Eagle, Minnewashta and Waconia respectively. Within these parks you will find swimming beaches, picnic facilities, forests and prairies, trails, playgrounds, boat accesses, campgrounds, picnic shelters and more. Each park provides different opportunities and experiences. Discover more about these parks by clicking on the desired information listed below. For additional information, please contact the Carver County Park Office at (952) 466-5250 or by e-mail.

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Carver County Park and Trail Locations:

County Map of DRT  for Main webpage

Park Mission Statement:

The purpose of the Parks and Recreation Department is to provide a variety of quality recreational experiences, services, and lands that meet the needs of the residents of Carver County and Carver County Regional Park users.

Parks and Trails Legacy Funding:

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