Parks & Recreation

The Isanti County Park System will continue to stay open to the public until further notice. All programs and events have been postponed at this time. Park users are asked to follow the social distancing recommendations of staying 6 feet apart from others.

Restrooms will continue to be open, however we have been experiencing theft of hand sanitizer dispensers, which will not be replaced so plan accordingly.

Dog owners MUST have their pets on a leash and are responsible for cleaning up after them. Horses are not allowed due to wet trail conditions until further notice.

Please continue to enjoy our County Parks!


Mission

The mission of Isanti County Parks Recreation is to maintain, acquire and/or expand parks that preserve natural areas, provide passive recreation opportunities, strive to maintain the rural character of the county and promote the health, well-being and quality of life for residents of the county.

Features

Experience the natural beauty of Isanti County by visiting our more than 870 acres of parkland featuring: 

  • Lakes
  • Old Growth Stands of White Pine
  • Restored Prairies
  • Wetlands
  • Wild and Scenic Rum River
  • Wildlife

General Park Information

  • All parks are open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (CST)
  • All park activities are free!
  • Hunting is prohibited on all County-owned land, including tax forfeited parcels, parks, and trails

Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment Website

Isanti County Park Locations Map (PDF)