Molly O'Connor

Minneapolis

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  1. Westwood Hills Nature Center

    Minneapolis

    Westwood Hills Nature Center offers trail runners a 3-mile circuit of forested dirt paths and marshy wooden docks that are perfect for working-up a sweat.

  2. Wood Lake Nature Center

    Minneapolis

    In this 150-acre urban park, hikers and trail runners will equally enjoy the 2.2 miles of quiet trails through marshland and rolling prairie.

  3. Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge Hiking

    Minneapolis

    Comprised of nearly 14,000-acres of wetland, floodplain forest, and tall grass prairie, Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge offers hikers and trail runners many diverse landscapes to explore.

  4. Lake Minnewashta

    Minneapolis

    Though only 340-acres, Lake Minnewashta’s short trail loops offer moderate changes in elevation and excellent views of the lakeshore.

  5. Wargo Nature Center

    Minneapolis

    With its friendly staff and 2-miles of hiking trails, Wargo Nature Center is a great place to go for a walk in the woods.

  6. Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park Tamarack Nature Center

    Minneapolis

    Within the 862-acre Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park is the Tamarack Nature Center, which has over 4 miles of hiking trails through scenic landscapes and hosts a variety of wildlife.

  7. Lake Elmo Park Reserve

    Minneapolis

    With 22 miles of hiking trails and 2,000-acres of protected meadow and wetland, Lake Elmo Park Reserve is a great place to hike with the whole family.

  8. Richard T. Anderson Conservation Area

    Minneapolis

    Tucked away in the Minneapolis first-tier suburb of Eden Prairie, there is a 125-acre park, which features 4 miles of hiking trails within a very geologically diverse setting.

  9. St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park

    Minneapolis

    Offering 579-acres of rolling upland prairie, forested bluffs, and mixed-conifer forest, St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park is a great place for a short walk in the woods.

  10. Spring Lake Park Reserve

    Minneapolis

    With its great views of the Mississippi River and 3 miles of hiking trails, Spring Lake Park Reserve is small, but definitely worth a visit.

  11. Louisville Swamp

    Minneapolis

    Louisville Swamp is one of the largest and most diverse sections in the whole Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. If you’re interested in walking, hiking, climbing, or even learning about Minnesota’s war history, then you will find everything and more here at Louisville Swamp.

  12. Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary

    Minneapolis

    This 15-acre sanctuary is the oldest public garden in the USA and provides one of the best birding spots for the whole Twin Cities area.

  13. Vertical Endeavors - MSP

    Minneapolis

    VE-Minneapolis is a local favorite for indoor climbing. Offering over 28,000 square feet of climbing walls and hundreds of different top roping and bouldering routes, Vertical Endeavors is a great place for a post-work workout.

  14. Minnesota Landscape Arboretum - Hiking

    Minneapolis

    The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has something for everyone, be it smelling the flowers in the rose garden, getting lost in the hedge maze, or hiking the 12.5 miles of trails.

  15. Temperance River State Park

    Minneapolis

    With over 22 miles of hiking trails (including a portion of Minnesota’s Superior Hiking Trail) and a waterfall to see, Temperance State Park is the ideal location for a long weekend getaway.

  16. Chain O Lakes to Cedars Hidden Beach - Cycling

    Minneapolis

    After a 12-mile ride around the Chain of Lakes, there is nothing better than cooling off at Cedar Lake’s Hidden Beach.

  17. Interstate State Park - Trail Running

    Minneapolis

    Urban runners looking for a change of scenery will enjoy the scenic river views and lung-bursting inclines found within Interstate State Park.

  18. Perrot State Park

    Minneapolis

    If you’re aching to see some towering bluffs and to do some camping in the scenic Mississippi River Valley, then Perrot State Park is the destination for you.

  19. Root River Water Trail

    Minneapolis

    The Root River Water Trail is a calm stretch of flat water that meanders through towering bluffs and floodplain forest.

  20. Theodore Wirth Nordic Skiing

    Minneapolis

    Only 10 minutes away from downtown Minneapolis, Theodore Wirth Park offers over 20 miles of Nordic ski trails for the inexperienced and advanced skier. With quiet, forested trails and views of the Minneapolis skyline, you can’t go wrong spending a day on the ski trails.