Lake Calhoun


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Lake Calhoun

Address:300 Calhoun Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55408

Phone:612-230-6400
Web: www.minneapolisparks.org
Size: 520 acres.
Location:Western Minneapolis.
Facilities:Lake, beaches (3), boat dock, fishing docks (2), 3.2-mile trail, athletic fields.
Activities:Canoeing, kayaking, sailing, swimming, windsurfing, fishing, volleyball, soccer, softball, in-line skating, biking, jogging.
Special Features:Part of Minneapolis's well-known "Chain of Lakes."

See other parks in Minnesota.
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The land is adjacent to the north end of the existing Calhoun Towers property, and is a short walk from the shores of Bde Maka Ska (formerly Lake Calhoun).
Swimming in Lake Calhoun on the weekend.<br />Q.
Caption: Lake Calhoun, Minn., residents stage a solidarity vigil for Charlottesville August 13.
Visit Wheel Fun Rentals at Lake Calhoun (3000 Calhoun Parkway East) to get your gear, then hit the water for hours of relaxing fun exploring the waterways that connect Lake of the Isles, Cedar Lake, and Lake Calhoun.
Tenders are invited for Engineering consultant services to assist with theplanning, design, and engineering - through construction close-out - of trail improvements around Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet.
Groups may take on Lake Calhoun, instead, with one of Wheel Fun Rentals' water products, including two- and four-seat pedal boats, kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddle boards.
The 4,000-square-foot store will be located on Excelsior Road near Lake Calhoun, an outlying suburb noted for large, traditional-style homes.
Fishing for walleye at Lake Nokomis and Muskie at Lake Calhoun.
The site is a short walk from the shores of Bde Maka Ska (formerly Lake Calhoun) and will be adjacent to the future West Lake Street Station on the planned Southwest Light Rail Transit line.
Particularly now that summer is coming, the Chain of Lakes, Harriet, Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun are what make Minneapolis special so I'd take them there and then to lunch or dinner at the outdoor patio at W.A.
Athletes who want a 3-mile run can circle Lake Calhoun, and lovers who want a romantic, woodsy stroll can join ducks and geese around Lake Harriet.
Every year, for the past 11 years, we've jumped into frigid Lake Calhoun to raise money for Minnesota Special Olympics.