Three Rivers Park

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Three Rivers Park is a large recreational area in Bloomington that encompasses several parks, a nature center, lakes and a large play area called Chutes and Ladders. The park is open all year with both summer and winter activities.

The Three Rivers Park District offers a wide variety of classes and programs throughout the year at their nature centers and outside. If you want to learn how to snowshoe, ice fish, track, find mushrooms or find birds you can find a program through the Three Rivers Park District.

Of course the park also has a play area, one of the most popular outdoor play areas in the Twin Cities. Know by my children as Chutes and Ladders this outdoor playground has 4 different areas for various ages. The largest climber has multiple slides and tunnels and is large enough for parents to play with their kids. Younger children can enjoy the 3 smaller play structures without fear of getting run over by larger children.

Three Rivers has a wide variety of outdoor recreational options, regardless of the time of year and you favorite hobby. Now that spring is finally here (well at least spring break) take some time to get outside and get to know this local park.

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