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Battle Creek Regional Park


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75 Winthrop St
St. Paul, MN 55119
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Battle Creek Regional Park

Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park
Battle Creek Regional Park

(??.? miles from you)

75 Winthrop St
St. Paul, MN 55119
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Battle Creek Regional Park consists of 1,840 acres of natural area located just outside a highly developed urban environment. Extensive areas of woods, wetlands, and grasslands attract many species of wildlife in

Summer trails allow visitors to hike or bike while enjoying the beauty of the natural plant communities. Winter trails provide opportunities for cross-country skiing with a variety of difficulty levels.

An off-leash dog area is available year-round. Picnic shelters are available for reservation with one large pavilion accommodating groups of 500 people. There is a newly developed mountain biking trail, Winthrop Street Mountain Biking Site, with 3.3 miles of multi-use trails and 3.3 miles of single track mountain bike use.

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Why You Should Go...

Battle Creek Regional Park consists of 1,840 acres of natural area located just outside a highly developed urban environment. Extensive areas of woods, wetlands, and grasslands attract many species of wildlife including deer, foxes, herons, egrets, and hawks.

Summer trails allow visitors to hike or bike while enjoying the beauty of the natural plant communities. Winter trails provide opportunities for cross-country skiing with a variety of difficulty levels.

An off-leash dog area is available year-round. Picnic shelters are available for reservation with one large pavilion accommodating groups of 500 people. There is a newly developed mountain biking trail, Winthrop Street Mountain Biking Site, with 3.3 miles of multi-use trails and 3.3 miles of single track mountain bike use.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

The western section of the park contains the bluff and thus has the steepest trails.

The wetlands are found mostly in the eastern section of the park.

Fun Facts

Battle Creek was named in commemoration of an 1842 tribal battle.

Battle Creek is 3.8 miles long and starts at Battle Creek Lake.

The flow rate of Battle Creek is about 6 cubic feet-per-second, which is the same as the flow rate of the Mississippi at its headwaters at Lake Itasca.

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Why You Should Go...

Battle Creek Regional Park consists of 1,840 acres of natural area located just outside a highly developed urban environment. Extensive areas of woods, wetlands, and grasslands attract many species of wildlife including deer, foxes, herons, egrets, and hawks.

Summer trails allow visitors to hike or bike while enjoying the beauty of the natural plant communities. Winter trails provide opportunities for cross-country skiing with a variety of difficulty levels.

An off-leash dog area is available year-round. Picnic shelters are available for reservation with one large pavilion accommodating groups of 500 people. There is a newly developed mountain biking trail, Winthrop Street Mountain Biking Site, with 3.3 miles of multi-use trails and 3.3 miles of single track mountain bike use.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

The western section of the park contains the bluff and thus has the steepest trails.

The wetlands are found mostly in the eastern section of the park.

Fun Facts

Battle Creek was named in commemoration of an 1842 tribal battle.

Battle Creek is 3.8 miles long and starts at Battle Creek Lake.

The flow rate of Battle Creek is about 6 cubic feet-per-second, which is the same as the flow rate of the Mississippi at its headwaters at Lake Itasca.

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