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Lake Minnetonka Regional Park is the perfect place for families to enjoy a Saturday afternoon. Bring a picnic and enjoy a lakeside lunch. Learn more...

Noerenberg Gardens

Situated on the north shore of Lake Minnetonka’s majestic Crystal Bay, Noerenberg Memorial Gardens offers a tranquil retreat to the quiet elegance and grace of days gone by. A favorite subject for local artists and an idyllic location for weddings. Learn more...

 

Boat Launches

Cook's Bay

Water access: Concrete
Directions: Hwy 12 west to County Rd. 110, south to Commerce Blvd.
Information: 952-472-0600

Gray's Bay

Water access: Concrete
Directions: Hwy 394 west to Hwy 101, south to location.
Information: 952-939-8200

Halstead's Bay 1

Water access: Carry in
Directions: Hwy 7 west to King's Point, north to location.
Information: 651-772-7935

Halstead's Bay 2

Water access: Earth
Directions: Hwy 7 west to County Rd. 92, north to County Rd. 110, east to Halsted Dr, 1/2 mile south to location.
Information: 651-772-7935

Lake Minnetonka Regional Park

Water access: Concrete
Directions: Hwy 7 to County Rd. 44, 1/2 mile North to location.
Information: 763-559-9000

Maxwell Bay

Water access: Concrete
Directions: At the intersection of County Rd. 51 and County Rd. 135.
Information: 651-772-7935

North Arm

Water access: Concrete
Directions: Hwy 12 west to Old Crystal Bay Rd. (County Rd. 84), south to County Rd. 51, west to location.
Information: 952-249-4600

Phelps Bay

Water access: Concrete
Directions: Hwy 7 to County Rd. 15, west to Wilshire Blvd, south and west to Tuxedo Blvd, location on left.
Information: 952-446-1660

Spring Park Bay

Water access: Concrete
Directions: 494 northwest to Hwy 12, west to County Rd. 15, west to location.
Information: 952-249-4600

 

Get Busy!

The spring months bring countless opportunities for wholesome family activities. To find out about happenings in the Lake Minnetonka area, visit our complete Calendar of Events!

Lake Minnetonka: An area steeped in history

From the days when Dakota Indians inhabited her shores, leaving behind ancient burial mounds which are still visible today, to the era of the steam locomotive and the paddle wheeler when grand Victorian hotels and amusement parks stood proudly on her banks, there has always been something alluring about this enchanted body of water. Learn more...