About Baylor Regional Park...
Baylor Regional Park is a 201 acre park situated in western Carver County on Eagle Lake. The park offers 50 camping sites. Thirty-five sites have water and electrical hookups and 15 sites are primitive. Other facilities include: group camping area, picnic areas, showers, swimming beach, beach house, reservable picnic shelters, ball field, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and an 18 hole disc golf course. Park hours are from 6:00A.M.-10:00P.M.
Vehicle Permits: - Have been eliminated as of December 1, 2019
Trails & Facilities:
Walk the nearly 1/4 mile long boardwalk trail through the cattail marsh or tour almost 4 miles of walking trails through a maple/basswood forest and native prairie. Watch for wildlife or enjoy a scenic vista overlooking Eagle Lake. In the spring, join us on the Maple Trail for syrup demonstrations and sap collection!
Summer camping & cookouts are popular park activities. Please click on the camping or shelter icons above for reservations and additional information.
The Eagle Lake Observatory within the park is owned and operated by the Minnesota Astronomical Society for the benefit of students, teachers, the public-at-large, and for members of the Society. Its primary mission is education and public outreach. Click the icon above for more information.
The 18-hole disc golf course is also a popular destination at the park. Click the icon above for more information about the course and available rentals.
Baylor Regional Park
Located on County Road 33, 2.5 miles north of Hwy 5 & Hwy 212, near Norwood Young America
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